d.: March 13, 1982
Russian baritone singer, guitarist, composer, and founder of the label Seva. He performed Gypsy and Russian songs his whole career.
Seva and his family moved to the United States in 1923 from Turkey. In the 1940s, Seva Fullon founded his own recording studio, where he recorded such famous Russian singers-emigrants as Nastya Polyakova, Marusya Sava, Iza Kremer, Nikolay Grushko, Vasya Fomin, Dara Beers, Tina Polly and many others.
In addition to sound recording, Seva Fullon was engaged in the restaurant business.