Millions of people around the world were introduced to three young, charming, and beautiful women from a small and isolated village in Georgia’s Caucasus region, who sing simple folk songs with a scent of freedom and mountains.
They became world stars within a few weeks of the first video’s release.
The “fairy tale” began on an ordinary day, when the three friends were walking down a country road in their Caucasus Mountains village. The weather was pleasant, they were in a good mood and just sang together.
Tatuli recorded one of their favorite songs (which has since become a global hit) on her phone and then uploaded it to the internet.
The video shifted the girls’ lives dramatically; within two weeks, the video had gotten millions of views.
The word about Trio Mandili reached the entire world thanks to the wonders of the Internet, and the band gained a massive fan base in a matter of days, which is still growing.
The trio’s name is “Mandili,” which is a type of Georgian handkerchief that women frequently wear.
If two men are arguing, this piece of fabric is traditionally thrown on the ground to bring them together.
Of course, the girls were taken by surprise by their unexpected success, but Tatuli Mgeladze, Tamari Tsiklauri, and Mariam Kurasbediani remained humble, with just the drive to sing and sing.
Mandili Trio performs at folk festivals and special and colorful performances all over the world.
They will come to a one-time performance at the Yellow Submarine during their upcoming concert tour.
The number of tickets is limited.