e.g her track "Idumali Game" was remixed by DJ AKA. Lela's concert in 2000 was the first show concert in Georgia, held by Georgian singer. In 2002, Tsurtsumia had another succesfull show at Tbilisi Sport Hall, more then 25 000 spectators attended the show, it was record. Another record was in 2004, when she realased the popular album Suleli Tsvima (Crazy Rain), which sold more than 60 000 copies in Georgia. Tsurtsumia also has sold more than 10 000 albums abroad, in Israel, USA, Russia.
Tsurtsumia's song's are covered in other countries. E.g, In Armenia] she's so popular, that songs like "Samba" and "Love Story" charted #1 in Armenia and were covered by Armenian singers. After 2006 Tsurtsumia appears on stage only with her live jazz-band. On 11 August 2006, she had live concert in Zugdidi in front of more than 40 000 people.
In 2007 Tsurtsumia realased her first live album called LIVE - Lela Tsurtsumia. "Never seen before quality of live performance and post-production in Georgia"[cite this quote] - told one Georgian music magazine reviewer in review. In 2007 Tsurtsumia signed label Art Lend and her albums were distributed on some Europian e-stores, such as The Orchard. Lela Tsurtsumia Band features: Irakli Menteshashvili - Keyboards Chabuka Amiranashvili - Saxophone Maia Kachkachishvili - Keyboards Lasha Abashmadze - Bass guitar Levan Sharashidze - Guitar Ramaz Khudoevi - Percussions Nika Abashmadze - Drums Back vocals: Rati Durglishvili Gvanca Kachkachishvili Sound engineer: Alex Nonikoff Lela Tsurtsumia official web-page: www.lela-tsurtsumia.com or www.lela.ge Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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