Ivan Mládek

Ivan Mládek (born 7 February 1942) is a Czech recording artist, composer, and comedian who gained success in the mid 1970s.

Born in Prague, He started his career in the mid 1950s, and moved to Paris in 1968, before returning to his homeland in the early 1970s. He is best known as a songwriter and singer for his 1977 hit parody "Jožin z bažin", which later become a parody by various artists and singers. Mládek is known for creating the Guitariano guitar, a guitar shaped synthesizer. Mládek also performs with his country band Banjo Band in the mid 1960s, along with his frequent collaborator, Ivo Pešák. In addition to music, Mládek was also a successful comedian and actor in the 1980s. He has written 233 songs over his long career. Provided by Wikipedia
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