Polish stage singer Edward Hulewicz died on Sunday, September 4. The artist would have turned 85 in November. The Union of Polish Stage Artists informed about the death.
Edward Hulewicz is dead. The artist was 84 years old
“Today, at the age of 84, Edward Hulewicz has passed away – stage operator, composer, songwriter, musician, cartoonist, painter, founder of the Tarpany band. The artist was the author of famous hits, including: ‘For the health of the ladies’, ‘Because I have one life'” – writes ZASP on Sunday. “He participated in three competitions at the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole (1969 – ‘Promises’ and ‘Maybe it’s you’, 1970 – ‘Zielone Łaki’, 1975 – ‘When you come tonight’). He also appeared at the Festival in Rostock, where He sang “Escape before the storm”, for which he received a distinction. He was awarded the Gold Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis “- lists the association of which Hulewicz was a long-time member.
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Who was Edward Hulewicz?
In 1965, Hulewicz founded the bigbit Tarpany, with which he performed for the next three years. After the group broke up, the artist joined the band Heliosi, with which he quickly gained popularity, recording such hits as “Promises”, “Wait until the fog settles” or “Two golden braids”. However, the group broke up in 1969, and Hulewicz began working with Janusz Sławiński’s big band Kanon Rytm. However, he left the band in 1971, deciding to devote himself to solo activities.