Czerwony Tulipan is a musical group and a cabaret from Olsztyn, Poland formed in 1985. Their musical style is poezja spiewana with a lot of lyrics and culture references. At the beginning the line up was: Ewa Cichocka (vocals), Krystyna Świątecka (vocals) and Stefan Brzozowski (vocals, acoustic guitar). In 1992 Andrzej Czamara (acoustic guitar) joined and the line up has not changed since then.
Gintrowski debuted in 1976 on a review of the Warsaw Riviera with the song “Epitaph for Sergei Yesenin”. Shortly afterwards, in 1979, he formed a trio with Jacek Kaczmarski and Zbigniew Łapiński, and initiated a poetic programme “Mury” (“Walls”).
Wolna Grupa Bukowina (which means Free Group Bukowina) is a Polish music band singing poetry/ballads (poezja śpiewana), touristic songs, folk and sometimes even soft folk-rock, inspired by Bob Dylan and the other American folk-singers.
Laureat XIII Przeglądu Piosenki Aktorskiej we Wrocławiu - wyróżnienie (1992), Laureat Grand Prix XVI Ogólnopolskiego Festiwalu Piosenki Francuskiej w Lubinie (1999), Laureat I Nagrody XXI Przeglądu Piosenki Aktorskiej we Wrocławiu (2000)
Polish singer born in 1969. Her music activity has begun in 1995 in famous "Piwnica pod Baranami". For most of people she is known from the song "Bombonierka", recorded with the famous Polish singer, Grzegorz Turnau.
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.
Marek Dyjak was born on April 18th, 1975. The Son of Jan and Alicja. He is a Polish musician playing rock and similar music to it, including jazz and alternative. A plumber from education, debiuted in 1993 on Art Zine Gallery festival. Marek is sometimes called a Polish Tom Waits, because of his hoarse and big voice scale.