Roman Parygin - frontman, trumpeter, composer and vocalist of the groups "Prestige" and Spitfire. Also our hero is a participant of the project "Leningrad". He was born in Leningrad, in 1979, on October 1.
Roman Parygin in 1997 visited the concert of the group "Leningrad". The performance was one of the first in the history of the collective. He recalled that he had not made a strong impression on him, but Igor Vdovin's vocals shocked him.
In the mid-nineties he appeared as a trumpeter inthe composition of the musical collective from St. Petersburg under the name "Airplane". In 1997 he joined the Spitfire group. In this team also took the place of a trumpeter, replacing Alexei Pushkarev. Our hero pretty soon joined the group, performing keyboard parts, and also playing on the trumpet. In 1999, the composition "Antagonism" appeared. Our hero for her performed the vocal part. By 2004, he became one of the leaders of the collective. This place he shared with Konstantin Limonov - guitarist and creator of Spitfire.
In 2006, the latter left the group. As a result, our hero became the leader of the ska-team. He appeared as the author of the majority of compositions from the fourth album of the group, which is called Lifetime Visa. Since 2002 he became a member of the "Leningrad" group. Since 2008, he is the leader and frontman of the Prestige project. In 2009, he worked on the song "Waltz" in conjunction with "Split", the composition was included in the album "Signal from Space".