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attila
(Attila Kovacs)


Member Since: Thursday, June 23 2005 @ 04:28 AM CDT
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Homepage: http://atko.dk
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BIO
Five years old, he began to read notes and play the piano - International and Hungarian, evergreens.

In 1972, he was studying classical flute and piano at Budapest Conservatory in Hungary for five years. After graduating, instead of classical music he picked up the guitar and played pop& rock (among others The Beatles, Elvis) music in various bands.

In 1975 passed an exam in a school of Entertaining on Piano. Again as a keyboard-player he was on the road for 10 years in western-Europe with different groups (playing Rock, Country, R&B, Pop, Entertaining music).
In 1984 settled down in Denmark, where in 1988 had a daughter, Marie
He makes living by entertaining at private parties, and in the sparetime by composing music.
attila's Songs (3)
Date Title Rating Hits Genre Last Comment Status
06.23.05 It's A Holiday 6.75 (2) 1428 (2) Rhythm and Blues 06.25.05 Active
06.23.05 Ufo Lady 7.13 (2) 1470 (3) Soft Rock-Adult Contemporary 06.24.05 Active
06.23.05 I Hear A Song 7.50 (2) 3085 (6) Acoustic 10.26.09 Active
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