Pop legends Boney M are helping the former Soviet state of Georgia win a battle with a separatist region.
The stars have agreed to play a concert on Saturday (13Oct07) on the frontline between Georgie and South Ossetia, which wants independence so it can join the Russian Federation.
The gig will take place in the village of Tamarasheni, which is walking distance from Tskhinvali, the rebel capital.
Boney M were brought in by the government to show the people of South Ossetia that life is more fun under Georgian rule, according to the BBC.
The region has been battling for independence since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
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