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2014 marks a special yet upsetting year for fans of Polish rock band Budka Suflera. On Sunday 4th October they will be performing at Manchester’s The Ritz as part of their final ever tour, which is one of only 2 UK destinations that their journey will be calling at. This will provide one last chance to see the band performing their classic tracks that put them among the elite of Polish rock groups.
First forming in 1969, Budka Suflera hail from Poland and found fame through their rock ballads such as ‘Jolka Jolka’ and ‘Za Ostanti Grosz’ that became hailed as some of the best Polish rock songs ever. Breaking through in 1975, Budka Suflera’s debut album Cień Wielkeij Góry was acclaimed by the public, and featured a track with Czesław Niemen, who’s Moog synthesiser built the foundations of a 19 minute long rock suite.
The success of the first album led to a tour of Germany that was followed by three live albums and one further album, as well as a host of compilations. Now, they will be performing their greatest songs for the last time in a number of cities across Poland and other European countries, including of course the 2 UK dates.