A little bit of history: Once, a long time ago in the USSR rockabilly music didn't exist. Lots of people enjoyed rock'n'roll, yet officially this kind of music was forbidden in communist state. In 1985 the situation suddenly changed. Rock'n'roll made its way to the official stage thanks to three young moscovites: Vadim Dorohov, Oleg Usmanov and Valeriy Lysenko. They patched up an old broken double-bass, picked a name "Mister Twister" and after 20 nights and days of constant rehearsals plummeted on stage.