For the first time about the group "Hands Up!" heard in 1995. The team gained great popularity among young people thanks to the hits "Baby" and "Student". Rapidly developing, in 1997 the group released their first album "Breathe evenly!" and rises to the top of the charts. The youth of the 90s still remembers the subsequent hits "My Baby", "Alien Lips" and many others. And the romantic composition “Only dreaming about you” has become a truly beautiful work and fills the hearts of lovers even now.
In the main composition of "Hands Up!" Sergey Zhukov and Alexey Potekhin participate. For several years of its undeniable popularity, the group received a huge number of awards. Among them are gold, platinum and silver discs, awards for a significant contribution to Russian show business, Golden Gramophone, Song of the Year, Muz TV Award and others.
The creativity of the guys annually gave rise to new albums with famous hits, which made it possible to tour not only in their native country, but throughout the world. Many could envy such hard work and popularity of Sergei and Alexei, because they, appearing on stage, made the audience rejoice. From their songs, the audience could not only dance tirelessly, but even cry under the soul-affecting lyrical texts.
In 2005, the band released an album called Fuckin' Rock'n'Roll. It was the last piece in the old popular line-up. Already in 2006, the group toured with Sergei Zhukov and the Street Jazz show ballet.
Many years later, Hands Up! continue to give people emotions and make the halls dance, gathering a full house not only among their loyal fans from the 90s, but also among today's youth. The popular hits of the group are familiar to almost everyone, regardless of age or social status, because they gathered a huge audience both in their native country and abroad.
2017 - Muz-TV award, victory in the nomination "Best Song of the Fifteenth Anniversary" for the song "My Baby".
2017 - "RU.TV Award" victory in the nomination "Best Group".
2017 - New Radio Award - Major League for the song Take the Keys.