• The band will sing in the live project "Salt"

  • The "Mill" will perform in the program "Salt" on REN TV, said in the announcement channel.

    The program will include the hits "On the road of dream", "Roll, wheel", "Wolfhound", the song "goodbye!" and "the bride of the Snake". The audience will see the premiere performance of the song "Blue grass" and the new hit "love in the time of winter".

    The project "Salt" will air on Sunday, November 6, in 00.00.

    "Salt" — a musical programme, in which Russian musicians give live concerts, and in between songs to discuss with the leading cultural and socio-political issues, share memories. Presenter — writer Zakhar Prilepin. The project started on 1 November 2015.


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