Musician Alexander Gradsky will be buried at the Vagankovskoye cemetery in Moscow The burial place was revealed by a source, TASS reports on Monday, November 29.
Gradskiy died in the capital on November 28. He was taken to hospital with suspected stroke. The coronavirus infection he suffered in September led to a deterioration in the artist's health. He was 72 years old.
Alexander Gradsky has released more than forty albums. He took part in work on several dozen films as a composer and singer, including “One among strangers, a stranger among friends”, “Do not part with your loved ones”, “Prisoner of the If castle”, the cartoons “The Blue Puppy” and “Pass”. In the 2010s, the artist became one of the mentors in the popular television project “The Voice”.