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Ryszard Rynkowski (born October 9, 1951 in Elblag) - Polish singer, composer, pianist and actor. Awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Renaissance and the Polish Order of the Smile. As a child he studied piano in primary school music. Then he played in amateur bands Elblag. In the years 1967-1970 he studied at secondary school in Elblag, where he ran a cabaret 'So it goes. " With cabaret that in 1968 the Polish School Review Teams North took 2nd place. Musically, the group debuted in 1972, El at the V Festival Student Culture in Olsztyn. In 1973 he moved to Warsaw. From this year he has worked Warsaw and the Operetta Theatre Targówek. In 1977-1978, he was a pianist Gramin blues groups at the same time he wrote music for the play "Polish Rhapsody," which was issued in Pruszkow near Warsaw by a group of theater under the direction of Boleslaw Jastrzebski to the accompaniment of the VIP team, then worked in a team Victoria Singers which in 1979 changed its name to VOX. Author of many works of this syndrome, including: You have two eyes of heaven (the third prize at the KFPP Opole '79) Banana Song (awarded the Bronze Lira at the festival in Bratislava in 1980), A good trip, it's time. In 1987 he began a solo career. Multiple winner of the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole, who won in the years 1979, 1989, 1990 and 1994. In 2001, Frederick was awarded as the lead singer of the year. In 2005 he supported the election of Law and Justice participated in a series of concerts Spring Poles. His first wife, Hanna, died of cancer. From this marriage a daughter, Martha (b. 1978). In October 2008, came into the world's second child, a son Richard. Is married to Edith (b. 4/10/1973 r). In April 2009 the world came to the first grandson of singer-Jan. January 20, 2010 for outstanding achievements in artistic and creative work was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order Restoration Polish. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.