Moscow is preparing to welcome hordes of excited Status Quo fans as one of the upcoming stops on the cult rock band's tour of Europe.
The Russian capital's 6,200 seat Crocus City Hall will host thousands of dedicated Quo fans from Russia, as well as those on luxury tours and holidays, on November 5.
Status Quo have a legacy of more than 60 UK chart records and 22 top 10 hits. They got together as a fledgling schoolboy band in 1962 before undergoing various changes in band members and name, becoming The Status Quo in 1967 and finally Status Quo in 1969.
It's been a busy 2012 for the group, with a cinematic documentary, a feature film made in Fiji, their summer Olympics single Winner and the autumn/winter tour.
Fans will also be able to catch the band performing at Bucharest's Sala Palatului on October 17 and Sofia's National Palace of Culture, NDK on October 18.
The Quo first enjoyed widespread success in the early 1970s, with Piledriver - the first album released on the Vertigo label. It brought about a rockier sound which led them through the coming decades to their current sound, gaining legions of fans along the way.
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