Marko Halanevych

lead singer of DakhaBrakha

Marko Halanevych on KCRW

The Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha is touring the U.S. “It's very important for us to play a lot because Ukraine can disappear from the newspaper,” says member Marko Halanevych.

Ukrainian band DakhaBrakha tours US, raises funds for homeland

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