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Vladimír Mišík playing in Prague in 2005. Photo by Wikipedia user Lovecz

Vladimír Mišík (born 8 March 1947) is a Czech rock guitarist and singer. He founded his first band, Uragán, as a teenager.[1] Later, he became the lead singer of Komety with Radim Hladík. With his friend Radim Hladík he was also a member of The Matadors and in 1968 they co-founded Blue Effect.[2] In 1970 he left Blue Effect and became a member of Flamengo. He was also a member of Energit. In 1974 he founded his own band, Etc..., where he still plays. In 2004 he was inducted to the Beatová síň slávy, a list of people and bands who have made significant contributions to Czech rock music.[3]

His album Jednou Te Potkam has been nominated for IMPALA's European Independent Album of the Year Award (2019).[4]

References

  1. Dita Brančíková (2012-03-27). "Vladimír Mišík - muzikant, kytarista | Hudba « Best of ... - Magazín o úspěšných lidech". Ibestof.cz. Retrieved 2012-07-01.
  2. "13. komnata Vladimíra Mišíka — Česká televize". Ceskatelevize.cz. Retrieved 2012-07-01.
  3. "Beatová síň slávy - Blue Effect | Český a slovenský". Hudba.vltava.cz. Retrieved 2012-07-01.
  4. "22 nominees shortlisted for IMPALA's European Independent Album of the Year Award | Impala". www.impalamusic.org. Retrieved 2020-02-03.

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