Jan Hrubý with Etc... on 6 October 2007
|Born||3 December 1948|
|Genres||Rock, celtic rock, folk rock, blues rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, songwriter, session musician|
|Associated acts||Etc..., Framus Five, Kukulín|
Jan Hrubý (born 3 December 1948, Prague, Czeschoslovakia) is a Czech rock violinist. Between 1964-1968 he studied violin at the Prague Conservatory. Between 1975-1982 he played with the Vladimír Mišík's group Etc.... From 1983 he played with Luboš Andršt's Blues Band. In 1984 he joined the Michael Prokop's Framus 5 and significantly influenced the album Kolej Yesterday. He was also member of Čunderground and recorded with Jazz Q, Marsyas, C&K Vocal, Hana Hegerová and many others. In the 1990s, he was influenced by celtic music and founded the group named Kukulín.
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