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Vladimír Mišík (born 8 March 1947) is a Czech rock guitarist and singer. He founded his first band, Uragán, as a teenager. 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. 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.
His album Jednou Te Potkam has been nominated for IMPALA's European Independent Album of the Year Award (2019).
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- Vladimír Mišík at Discogs