Hey

Hey

Rock Polish Alternative Female Vocalists Polish Rock
There are several music projects named Hey. 1) Poland's popular music act of the 1990s. The band was founded in Szczecin, Poland in 1992 by guitarist Piotr Banach and charismatic lead singer Kasia Nosowska. Although Hey sometimes described themselves as Poland's first grunge band, their melodic, guitar-driven rock and eclectic appearance owed more to new wave and heavy metal influences; their first three albums contained songs in both Polish and English. More Info »

Top Albums

  • Fire
    Fire
  • Echosystem
    Echosystem
  • [Sic!]
    [Sic!]
  • Ho!
    Ho!
  • Hey
    Hey
  • Karma
    Karma
  • Music Music
    Music Music
  • ?
    ?
  • Heledore
    Heledore
  • Can You Give Up Your Voice For Him?
    Can You Give Up Your Voice For Him?
  • The Front Way Of Art Gallery
    The Front Way Of Art Gallery
  • Kiss Kiss Kiss
    Kiss Kiss Kiss
  • Walking In The Rain
    Walking In The Rain
  • Playing Alone
    Playing Alone
  • I'Ll Marry Duet With Jongsin Yoon
    I'Ll Marry Duet With Jongsin Yoon
  • Mermaid
    Mermaid
  • [Koncertowy] (disc 1)
    [Koncertowy] (disc 1)
  • Piece Of My Wish
    Piece Of My Wish
  • [Koncertowy] (disc 2)
    [Koncertowy] (disc 2)
  • Eve
    Eve
  • Une Danse
    Une Danse
  • Walking Alone
    Walking Alone
  • Can You Tell Me?
    Can You Tell Me?
  • Coffeetalgia Duet With Sikyung Sung
    Coffeetalgia Duet With Sikyung Sung

Hey. Artist Bio

There are several music projects named Hey.

1) Poland's popular music act of the 1990s. The band was founded in Szczecin, Poland in 1992 by guitarist Piotr Banach and charismatic lead singer Kasia Nosowska.

Although Hey sometimes described themselves as Poland's first grunge band, their melodic, guitar-driven rock and eclectic appearance owed more to new wave and heavy metal influences; their first three albums contained songs in both Polish and English. During the band's mid-1990s heyday, they sold out stadiums throughout Poland, and attempted to break into the English-language market with a series of concerts overseas and an English version of their 1995 album. When this failed to arouse interest, the band began to write in Polish only, and gradually adopted a harder-edged, more industrial-influenced sound.

2) A Korean female singer who had a hit called "Je t'aime", recorded in both Korean and French. She has released three albums so far, her latest being recorded in 2008. Little is known about the Korean Hey, but she is still active and promoting the latest EP. See 해이.

3) Only German project of heyrec label (see [[http://heyrec.org]]) is represented at Last.fm with its tune of "Hey - Sans Toi".

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