Biography

Polish reggae/ska band formed in 1996 by Roman „Leon” Lewandowski (bass guitar), Krzysztof „Para” Parka (guitar) and Marcin „Cozer” Markiewicz (vocal, trumpet). Adam „Zaba” Marszalek (solo guitar) and Robert Aibin (drums) joined to the band later. In 1997 Roman Lewandowski was ill and died. The band stopped playing. They reactivated in 1999 with new musicians - Bartek Bednarczyk (bass guitar), Pawel „Indian” Stepniak (kornet), Lech Pawlusinski (drums) and Bartosz Machon (keyboard). In 2004 they recorded first singel - „Quantalaya”. In 2006 they recorded first longplay called “One Way”.
Current squad: Marcin “Cozer” Markiewicz (vocal), Krzysztof “P@r@” Parka (guitar), Adam “Zaba” Marszalek (solo guitar), Paweł “Indian” Stepniak (kornet), Sebastian “Stecyk” Stec (drums), Dariusz “Dareczek” Jagiełka (bass guitar).

Edited by Dominikaxyz on 11 Aug 2007, 18:00

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