Lombard is a Polish rock band popular during 1980s and the beginning of 1990s. Lombard was formed in 1981. In 1982 one of the vocalists, Wanda Kwietniewska left the band to form her own band called Banda i Wanda. In 1983 the band took part in National Festival of Polish Song in Opole and won the Audience Price and 2nd Jury Price for the song "Szklana Pogoda". In 1985, Lombard decided not to participate in the Soviet Song Festival which caused their absence in Opole that year. In 1999 Małgorzata Ostrowska left the band to start her solo career and Marta Cugier took her place.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Coma is a Polish alternative rock band, founded in 1998 in Łódź by Dominik Witczak (guitar) and Tomasz Stasiak (drums). The first album "Pierwsze Wyjście z Mroku" was released in 2004. After winning the Rock Festival in Węgorzewo the band became very popular in Poland. The second album, "Zaprzepaszczone Siły Wielkiej Armii Świętych Znaków" was released in May 2006.
Patrycja Markowska (born December 21, 1979 in Warsaw) is a Polish pop-rock singer. Her father is a frontman of band - Perfect.
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Nosowska is an abbreviation of Katarzyna Nosowska (aka Kasia Nosowska), best known as the lead singer of Hey (Polish rock band, she co-founded in 1992). Besides her career with the band, she has released five solo albums, to date. Her solo releases are substantially different in style from that of Hey's. While Hey has been faithful to grunge / rock, Kasia has experimented with industrial & electronica sounds, e.g.