Today Night is a Russian rock band .
|Years||2000 - present|
|Labels||Cd land records |
The group “Tonight” (the original name was written in two words) was first heard in 2001 . Then the president of CD Land Records, Yuri Zeitlin, noticed the band’s home demo and signed a contract with them for the release of their debut album, Coffee and Cigarettes . Ilya Lagutenko , the permanent leader of the Mumiy Troll group, acted as the studio producer of the record. After the release of the album, Gerda Hiccup, Do Not Hold, and Coffee and Cigarettes fell into a tight rotation of radio stations, and the clip for Coffee and Cigarettes took first place in MTV charts.
Internal disagreements between the members of the group led to its disintegration. Vocalist Nikita Kozlov , left alone, assembled a new composition. In August 2004, Tonight released their second album, Long Road in Inches . The name of the group has changed: instead of “Tonight” - “Tonight.”
The material for the third album, “ Bad Rules of Good Tone, ” was recorded in 2006 , but due to the protracted search for the release label , it only arrived on the shelves of music stores June 30, 2007 .
In 2007, the band’s frontman Nikita Kozlov made peace with the author of the texts of the band’s first album, Nikolai Eliseev, and the musicians began recording their fourth album, “ Prostitution, ” which was released on October 31, 2008 .
On October 4, 2010, the STS TV channel broadcast the series “How I Met Your Mother”, the soundtrack of which was recorded by the group “Today at night”.
- Nikita Kozlov - vocals , guitar , harmonica .
- Grigory Dolbiev - bass , vocals
- Kirill Pavlovsky - drums .
- Alexander Korbukov - guitar
- 2002 - Coffee and cigarettes
- 2004 - The long road in inches
- 2007 - Bad rules of good form
- 2008 - Prostitution
- 2012 - In the palms of autumn
- 2014 - The reverse side of the title page
- 2019 - Seventh 
- Alekseev A.S. Who is who in Russian rock music . - M .: AST: Astrel: Harvest, 2009 .-- S. 430-432. - ISBN 978-5-17-048654-0 (AST). - ISBN 978-5-271-24160-4 (Astrel). - ISBN 978-985-16-7343-4 (Harvest).
- Alexey Mazhaev . Review: "Tonight" - "The Seventh" . intermedia.ru (April 7, 2019). Date of appeal April 25, 2019.