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Helena Zeťová

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Helena was born on November 11th 1980 in Valasske Mezirici. She lived her childhood in Beskydy mountains and as a proper mountain girl, at the age of fifteen she decided to leave her home for performing music – the love of her life. During the years 1996 – 1998 she performed concerts with her rock band. Afterwards she left to Lanzarote Island, Spain, where she sang with an American band. She made a trip to the Czech Republic for one week, doing the TV show “DO-RE-MI” which changed her destiny and made her to stay back in the Czech Republic.

Helena Zetova and Black Milk

She met Tereza Cernochova and Tereza Kerndlova for the first time in October 2000 while shooting for Nova TV. Few months later an idea to make a song together came up (“I’m So Excited” from Pointer Sisters) which lead them to their debut album. After “DO-RE-MI” show they were asked by Daniel Hadl to work with him. He became co-author and producer of the album “Black Milk”. The work on the album was started on April 2001 and it was released in June 2002.

First single from this album “Modrej dym” became a hit within a night and was played by more then 50 radio stations (4th place of IFPI – radios 2002) and was on the top of radio hit parades. Black Milk girls were introduced as guest singers at Helena Vondrackova’s tour in 2002 and they impressed all. There excellence outshined all others during “Queens of the Pop” at Prague State Opera. At the end of the year they were awarded as discovery of the year at “Cesky slavik” .

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