Věra Bílá

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Věra Bílá
Born (1954-05-22) 22 May 1954 (age 64)
Rokycany, Czech Republic
Occupation(s) Vocalist, Musician
Years active 1970–present

Věra Bílá (born May 22, 1954) is a Czech[1] vocalist and musician of Romani ethnicity, who initially gained acclaim performing Romani and Indian folk and pop songs. She is the lead singer of the Czech recording act Kale, with whom has performed songs in Romani, Czech, and Slovak. She is of Indian descent.

Bílá, a Rokycany native, is the daughter of the singer Karol Giňa.

She lives and works in the Czech Republic. Her name Věra means "faith" in Slavic languages; and her surname "Bílá" means "white" in Czech.

Recordings[edit]

  • Věra Bílá & Kale - C'est comme ca
  • Věra Bílá - Queen Of Romany
  • Věra Bílá & Kale - Rovava
  • Věra Bílá & Kale - Kale Kalore
  • Věra Bílá & Kale - Rom-Pop - produced by Zuzana Navarová

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