TZN Xenna

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TZN Xenna
Origin Poland
Genres Punk rock
Years active 1981–1987, 2011-
Labels SP Tonpress
Migrena Records
Members Krzysztof Chojnacki
Marek Kucharski
Sidney
Tomasz Kożuchowski
A. Kuszpryt

TZN Xenna - was one of the early Polish punk rock bands.

Members[edit]

1981 - 1983[edit]

  • Krzysztof Chojnacki Zygzak (vocals)
  • Marek Kucharski Marcus (guitar)
  • Jacek Zientała Sidney (bass)
  • Tomasz Kożuchowski Gogo Szulc (drums)

1983 - 1987[edit]

History[edit]

TZN Xenna was founded in August 1981 in Warsaw by Zygzak, Gogo Szulc and Piotr Dubiel. The first name was Kamash and the Eckers. According to Marek, the name translated into English would be "That Means Xenna" (tzn translating as "that means" and xenna being just a word with no meaning, like a name).

Their first concert group had on September 11, 1981 in "Skarpa" club. In the same month band took part in new wave Festival in Toruń, but without success.