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Style Hard Rock / AOR

At the end of the 80s and 90s Tanja, whose real name is Tana Kauerova, a woman with strong and characteristic voice caused a stir in the Czech world of hard rock. It turned out to be fatal for her to be noticed by Radim Pařízek, the bandleader and drummer of the band Citron, a person who moved the metal events of the then Czechoslovakia. Tanja also married this man and later divorced him as Táňa Kauerová-Pařízková.

Tanja’s first hit act in 1987 was a fantastic duet with the new lemon singer Ladislav Křížek “Where My Loves Go”. To this day, many of Křížek’s fans consider this song to be one of his best songs. The song was released on a single and a very successful video clip was made for it. This was followed in 1988 to Tanja’s upcoming debut album with the songs “Rock and Roll” and “A Few Wishes”, Flying Overhead”. The first of them became another huge hit of the singer, she again won a clip form and subsequently the Golden Triangel award for three victories in the contemporary cult show of Bratislava television Triangel, a wonderful television hit parade that did not avoid hard rock matters and thanks to which many MS. metal legends such as Tublatanka or Kern.

In 1988, Tanja placed in an excellent 5th place in the poll of the magazine Mladý svět Zlatý slavík in the category of singers (this year Citron won the survey in the category of groups). The first LP Tanji was recorded in 1988 in the Citron studio under the watchful eye of Radim Pařízek, who recorded almost all instruments (drums, bass guitar, keyboards …!) On the record, only invited a musician’s ace, Miloš Dodo Doležal from Vitacit, to play the guitar, plus some other guests. In 1990, Tanja experienced a success that many rock artists did not succeed in – she found herself on the cover of the monthly Melodie (No. 6/90) and was given the main, three-page interview of the issue. Although its author, editor Tomáš Ondrášek, beats it nicely in it, Tanja withstood this conversation very well.

Later, Tanja released two more albums, in 1992 “Fall into the Sky” and in 1994 “The Devil with a Halo”. Both of these records bring honest portions of fresh rock with Tanja’s excellent singing, and although in terms of the quality of the musical material they are comparable to the debut. In 1997, the singer was still recording the single Tanja in Hanover, but later withdrew from the music world and devoted herself to her daughter and business activities (she runs a beauty salon). Around 2005, Tanja returned to the music scene, first as part of a rock duo with Monika Agrebi MY2BABY. Currently, Tanja performs mainly with the rock band Arena and is preparing a comeback in the form of a CD recording, which should include both newly recorded old hits and completely new songs.

– Tanja [1989]
– Pád Do Nebe [1992]
– Ďábel Se Svatozáří [1994]
– Já Vím… [2009]

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