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Birth name  Henadzi Loska
Years active  1990–present
Also known as  Gienek Loska
Name  Gienek Loska

Origin  Wroclaw, Poland
Role  Singer
Instruments  Vocals, guitar
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Born  8 January 1975 (age 41) Belaazyorsk, Belarus (1975-01-08)
Occupation(s)  Singer, songwriter, guitarist
Albums  Hazardzista, Lepiej niz wczoraj
Genres  Rock music, Blues rock, Blues
Similar People  Michal Szpak, Ada Szulc, Aleksander Mrozek

Record label  Sony Music Entertainment

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Gienek Loska or Henadzi Loska (Belarusian: Генадзій Лоска, born 8 January 1975) is a Polish singer-songwriter and guitarist born in Byelaazyorsk in Belarus who rose to fame after winning the first series of X Factor in 2011. Since his arrival to Poland in early 1990s, he has lived in Białystok, Kraków and from 2004 in Wrocław, Poland.

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Loska was the co-founder and longtime member of the blues-rock band Seven B. Currently, he is a leading singer and guitarist of Gienek Loska Band. He's also known to the public due to his repeated performances on streets of bigger Polish cities. In 2009 he was invited to make a record with Alek Mrozek, a known Polish composer.

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He took part in several TV talent shows:

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  • Szansa na sukces - in 2004, with the band Wilki
  • Mam talent - the third series
  • X Factor Poland - the first series - in 2011, the winner of main prize

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    Seven B

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    In 1990 in Grodno he founded a band called Seven B together with Andrei Makarewicz Makarem. Upon arrival to Poland in 1992, the group toured in Augustów, Białystok and in 1993 came to Kraków where they played together until 2005. They toured usually as a quintet. Together, they recorded three albums Rocktales, Make up your mind, and Acoustic. In 2006, the group disbanded, leading to the creation of a far more successful Gienek Loska Band.

    Discography

  • Lepiej niż wczoraj (with Alek Mrożek), CD released October 9, 2009 by B&J Music.
  • Hazardzista, CD released November 21, 2011 by Sony Music Entertainment Poland, digital download. Sales: 15,000 plus. Certification: Gold.
  • Dom, CD released April 16, 2013 by Sony Music Entertainment Poland, digital download.
  • References

    Gienek Loska Wikipedia


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