Robert Cichy - is a polish guitarist, composer, singer, songwriter, and producer. Robert earned the status of one of the best polish guitarist who was awarded with gold and platinium certification. He worked with many top Polish artists through out the world, he performed in Japan, Turkey, France, England, Italy, United Kingdom and Maurtius. He supported Lenny Kravitz, N.E.R.D. and Jamiroquai as a band leader of Chilli and June bands. Nominated for the most prestigious Polish music award – Fryderyk, presented by Phonographic Academy. The released his solo album was on date 9 february 2018.
On this episode of Teatanic podcast, I chat with my old friend Czesław Mozil about personal embarrassments, upcoming meetings with former President Lech Wałęsa, and the garden complex where we enjoy free time in the summer. Czesław is best known for his band Czesław Śpiewa, his role as juror in X-Factor, and as the voice of olaf from the Disney movie frozen.
Mikołaj Andrzej Janusz vel Jaok was born July 20, 1982 in Warsaw. He is a Polish journalist, columnist, performer, Co-founder and reporter of Pyta.pl. He initially prepared street surveys for Tele5, conducted weekly program "PTOK" on Radio TOK FM and worked with RBL.TV. In 2014-2015 he became the weekly host of Pyta Not For Breakfast (Polish: Pyta nie na śniadanie). In addition, with Pyta.pl he recorded videos commenting on the current events under the program Dzięki Bogu już weekend on TVP2. In the years 2014-2015, Janusz prepared some phone pranks for the daily program Książę i żebrak (lit. The Prince and the Pauper) on Rock Radio. Then, for several months, he co-hosted the morning show Dobry, zły i brzydki (lit. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) on Antyradio. Currently he conducts the talk show Pytowy Janusz on Superstacja. Wprost selected Janusz as five potential stars of the Polish Internet. gazeta.pl described Janusz as the most provocative in Poland.
Gabriela Kulka was born to a family of musicians, her father, Konstanty Andrzej Kulka, is a well known Polish violinist and a professor at Chopin Music Academy in Warsaw. Following in her father's footsteps, she endured eight years of classical schooling in violin, but still ended up embracing the piano as a weapon of choice in her songwriting and performing activities.