Vera Fermiga dedicates cover of Iron Maiden’s ‘The Trooper’ to Ukraine
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Vera Fermiga is showing her support for Ukraine.
The “The Conjuring” actress shared a video of Iron Maiden covering “The Trooper” on a show at the Rock Academy in New York.
“Slava Ukraine!” Fermiga shouted before his performance which meant “the glory of Ukraine.”
Fermiga was born to Ukrainian parents.
“Sometimes ockRockAcademyOfficial lets adults rock too. 6, ”he wrote on Instagram. “And sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you can rock out with @scottianthrax.”
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made a special statement during the Grammys on Sunday in which he spoke about the meaning of music to the people of Ukraine.
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“Our musicians wear body armor instead of tuxedos. They sing for the injured in the hospital. Even to those who do not hear. But the music will break anyway. We protect our freedom. To live. To love. To sound. On our soil, we are fighting Russia, which brings terrible silence with its bombs, “he said in a pre-recorded video message. “Fill the silence with your music. Fill it today. Tell us the story. Tell the truth about the war on your social networks and on TV. But not the silence.”
John Legend then performed “Free” with the help of Ukrainian artists, including Odessa, Ukrainian-born Cezanna Iglidan Bandura and singer Mika Newton.
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