Bravo is a Russian rock group founded in the early '80s by guitarist Evgueny Havtan. Bravo is remarkable for its great popularity during the late years of the Soviet Union, and for its hipster image and fashion sense. The group has played unrelentingly through every era of recent Russian history: the harsh censorship of the '80s, the chaos of Perestroika, the post-Soviet moral and aesthetic crisis, and the new millennium. Bravo's story is demarcated by three principal vocalists: Zhanna Aguzarova, Valerie Sutkin, and Robert Lentz. Over the years, the group has matured from a new wave band paying homage to hits of early rock & roll and jazz, to a sound based in thoughtful guitar melodies. Bravo is also distinguished as the rock group that opened to the world singer Zhanna Aguzarova.