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Martin Kučaj

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Martin Kučaj
Born (1963-04-25) April 25, 1963 (age 60)

Martin Kučaj (*April 25, 1963 Ostrava) is a musician from Ostrava, currently living and working in Canada.


He was born in Ostrava to musician Vlastimil Kučaj and singer Maria Rottrová. After graduating from the Faculty of Education at Charles University in Prague (Czech language - music education), he turned to music. He started out in Ostrava in various garage bands, of which the band Klon stood out. Later, with his brother Vít, he founded the band Tabu. In 1985 he moved to Prague, where he worked in the bands Krausberry, Combo FH and Horká linija. He worked with Ilona Csáková on the Ritual project. In addition, he created jingles for the TV shows Trip and Bago and the music for the performance Mlýny at the Sklep theatre. He came to wider attention in 1994, when he recorded the album Proud with the group Proud with the song Jedna malá holka.

Since 1998, he has lived in Toronto, Canada, and has focused his work primarily on composing music and jingles for various shows (e.g. Beyblade and Jana and the Dragon) and commercials. He has also appeared in the television series Big Beat.


  • Proud (1994)
  • Hippie
  • Bubu
  • One Little Girl
  • Dead Star
  • Morning
  • Love song
  • Her daddy said
  • Animal
  • Lights out
  • No more
  • Noodle Soup for the Little Munchkin (1995)
  • Dog
  • 2000
  • Raspberry
  • Japanese (in cinema)
  • The Hungry King
  • The Independent
  • In a hotel
  • Stealer
  • Jacket
  • Rocker
  • Lazy

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