Ján Lehotský

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Ján Lehotský
Ján Lehotský, 2016.jpg
Background information
Also known as Janko Lehotský
Born (1947-04-16) 16 April 1947 (age 71)
Bratislava, ČSR
Genres Pop rock
Labels OPUS, Bonton
Associated acts Modus, Marika Gombitová, Miro Žbirka
Website Lehotsky-Modus.szm.com

Ján, also credited as Janko Lehotský (born 16 April 1947[1]) is a Slovak[2] composer and former leader of the Modus band.[1][2]

Lehotský began his performing career when he was four years old, when he performed in a marionette theater.[1] He was a freelance composer during the Velvet Revolution.[1] In 1974 he began managing the band Modus,[1] in which performed also Marika Gombitová and Miroslav Žbirka. He created about 20 records in his career. His music has drawn similarities to Kenny G and he tries to make music that makes people feel good.[1]

Discography[edit]

Solo
  • 1992: Janko Lehotský a priatelia, OPUS
  • 1996: Čiernobiely svet, OPUS
  • 2000: Poslední a prví, Universal
  • 2002: Láv sa píše "Love", Universal
  • 2003: Balíček tónov - Volume 1 (Instrumental), Millenium
  • 2005: Nahé dotyky, Johnny
  • 2007: Najkrajšie piesne, OPUS
  • 2007: Janko Lehotský a priatelia, 2CD, OPUS
  • 2008: Balady: Stalo sa nestalo, OPUS
  • 2010: Sám, Robert Pospiš & Martin Sillay

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ a b c d e f Danka Hašková (8 May 1997). "Janko Lehotský celebrates 50th birthday with feel-good concert". The Slovak Spectator. Retrieved 31 March 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Events Countrywide". The Slovak Spectator. 9 July 2007. Retrieved 31 March 2011.