One of the best polish actresses. She sings lyrics from drama, theatre; songs about love, about dancing, about life. Lyrics written by Agnieszka Osiecka, Wojciech Młynarski. Very interesting, sensitive, sometimes jazzy and heartbreaking tracks.
Seweryn Krajewski (born January 3, 1947 in Nowa Sól, Poland) is a Polish singer and songwriter who rose to fame in the 1960s and 70s with the popular Polish band Czerwone Gitary. After leaving the group in 1997, he recorded several solo albums.
Anna Jantar (b. June 10, 1950, Poznań – d. March 14, 1980, Warsaw) was a Polish singer and a mother of Natalia Kukulska. She debuted in 1973 at the Polish Song Festival in Opole with "Najtrudniejszy pierwszy krok". Her husband Jarosław Kukulski composed many of her songs that became hits.
Magda Umer (pronounced /ˈʊmɛr/, born Małgorzata Magda Umer, October 9, 1949) is a Polish singer and performer of sung poetry, journalist, author, film director, screenwriter, actress and author of recitals.
Irena Jarocka (1946 – 2012), was a popular Polish singer. Graduated from V Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Stefana Żeromskiego and the faculty of music studies at Średnia Szkoła Muzyczna in Gdańsk under professor Halina Mickiewiczówna. Following that, she also graduated from the faculty of biology in teachers’ college.
Maryla Rodowicz (born 8 December 1945 in Zielona Góra) is a popular Polish singer. She studied at Liceum Ziemi Kujawskiej (The Kujawy region high school) in Włocławek and graduated from the Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego (The Academy of Physical Education) in Warsaw. In her youth she participated in athletics among other things at Kujawiak Wloclawek.
Alicja Majewska (born May 30, 1948) is a Polish singer. In 1971 to 1974 she was a member of the band Partita as vocalist. In 1975 she received the main award at the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole. She was awarded a Grand Prix at the 1980 on festival in Rostock, and was honored in Havana (1985). She received medal "Gloria Artis".
Ewa Demarczyk (born January 16, 1941 in Kraków, Poland) is considered one of Poland's most original and creative singing talents. Her songs convey strong emotions. The songs are often based on poems of greatly appreciated "classical" poets (Julian Tuwim, Krzysztof Kamil Baczyński), but also on poetry of avant-garde writers like Miron Białoszewski.
Katarzyna Groniec was born on February 22nd 1972, in Zabrze, Poland. In 1988 she won The Young Talents' Festival in Poznań (Poland), which gave her the opportunity to start cooperating with Warsaw's Studio Buffo Theatre, one of the best music theatres in Poland.
Anna German was born on 14 February 1936 in Urgench, Uzbekistan. Ten years later she moved with her mother and grandmother to Poland. After college, she studied geology in Wrocław, which she graduated with the best results. In parallel to her studies, she stayed faithful to her greatest hobby since childhood: music and singing.
Halina Frąckowiak (born April 10, 1947 in Poznań) - Polish singer, composer and songwriter.
She debuted in 1963 and 1964 at the Festival of Young Talents in Szczecin, was awarded the so-called "Golden Ten". Working with bands such as Czerwono-Czarni, ABC, Tarpany or Drumlersi launched her greatest hits ("Ktoś", "Czekam tu", "Napisz proszę").