Polish female singers

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  1. Ewa Sonnet

    Ewa Sonnet


    Ewa Sonnet (born Beata Kornelia Dąbrowska on March 8, 1985) is a Polish glamour model and pop singer. Sonnet is the leading model of the Polish Busty models.

  2. Alicja Bachleda

    Alicja Bachleda


    Alicja Bachleda-Curuś (pron. [aˈlit͡sʲa baˈxlɛda ˈt͡suruɕ]; born 12 May 1983) is a Polish actress and singer, who has appeared in films including Trade, Ondine and Pan Tadeusz

  3. Edyta Górniak

    Edyta Górniak


    Edyta Górniak (born 14 November 1972, Ziębice, Poland), one of the most popular Polish pop singers in history of Polish music, noted for possessing a wide vocal range of approximately four octaves. She started as a musical actor in 1990 and performed even on Broadway with the most popular musical in Polish history. Her performance in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994 began her career as a pop singer in her native country and internationally.

  4. Dorota Rabczewska

    Dorota Rabczewska


    Dorota Rabczewska (born February 15, 1984), more commonly known as Doda, is a Polish musical artist, among the most successful Polish artists in terms of number of prizes won. She is the MTV Europe Music Awards winner and the World Music Awards nominee. Doda is notable for her innovative and controversial performances and music videos. She was first known as a member of the Polish rock band Virgin. After the group disbanded in 2007 she continued with a solo career. In 2011, Polish magazine Viva! put her among ten most influential women in Poland.

  5. Pola Negri

    Pola Negri


    Pola Negri (born Barbara Apolonia Chałupiec, sometimes spelled Chalupec or Chałupec; 3 January 1897 – 1 August 1987) was a Polish stage and film actress who achieved worldwide fame during the silent and golden eras of Hollywood and European film for her tragedienne and femme fatale roles.

  6. Ewa Farna

    Ewa Farna


  7. Edyta Herbus

    Edyta Herbus


    Edyta Herbuś (born February 26, 1981) is a Polish dancer, model, and actress. Edyta was the winner of the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008 with partner Marcin Mroczek representing Poland.

  8. Natasza Urbanska

    Natasza Urbanska


    Natasza Urbańska (born August 17, 1977) is a Polish actress, singer, dancer, and TV presenter.

  9. Joanna Liszowska

    Joanna Liszowska


    Joanna Liszowska (born 12 December 1978 in Kraków), is a Polish actress, singer and model.

  10. Monika Brodka

    Monika Brodka


    Monika Brodka (born 7 February 1987) is a Polish singer, who rose to fame as the winner of the third season of Polish Pop Idol (Idol) in 2004. She has since released 3 albums, including the 2010 album Granda which received critical acclaim in Poland and abroad. Brodka has received several nominations to the Fryderyk award, while her singles "Ten", "Dziewczyna Mojego Chłopaka", "Miałeś być" and "Znam Cię Na Pamięć" have all topped the official Polish Music Charts.

  11. Joanna Jablczynska

    Joanna Jablczynska


    Joanna Jabłczyńska (born December 9, 1985 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish actress and singer.

  12. Aleksandra Kwasniewska

    Aleksandra Kwasniewska


    Aleksandra Kwasniewska (born 13 March 1978, Bielawa, Poland) is a Polish folk-pop singer. Since 2005 she has lived and worked in London. She recorded and released her debut album Island Girl with the band "The Belgian Sweets" in 2008. Kwasniewska released her second album, The Sky is on Fire, in 2012.

  13. Natalia Lesz

    Natalia Lesz


    Natalia Lesz (born 27 July 1981 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish actress and a pop singer, songwriter.

  14. Marta Wisniewska

    Marta Wisniewska


    Marta Katarzyna Wiktoria Wiśniewska, professionally known as Mandaryna, born Marta Mandrykiewicz on 12 March 1978 in Łódź, Poland, is Polish singer, dancer and actress. She rose to fame as the dancer of Polish pop group Ich Troje, and the partner of its leader, Michał Wiśniewski. She embarked on a singing career in 2004, covering Whitesnake's "Here I Go Again", which became a hit in Poland. Her first two albums, Mandaryna.com and Mandarynkowy sen, released in 2004 and 2005, respectively, were met with commercial success. In 2005, Mandaryna sparked a major controversy during her performance at Sopot Festival, which exposed her alleged lack of vocal talent. Nonetheless, the performed song "Ev'ry Night" became a massive hit and remains arguably her best-known song to date.The songs was written and produced by her longtime producers/writers Harald Reitinger and Uli Fischer who are responsible for 90% of her musical career.

  15. Basia



    Basia Trzetrzelewska (born September 30, 1954) is a Polish singer-songwriter and record producer better known by her stage name Basia. She established a successful international recording career featuring characteristically Latin-flavoured jazz-pop crossover songs during the late 1980s and early 1990s and the late 2000s and 2010s, particularly in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Japan. She is noted for possessing a wide vocal range, approximately three octaves that span from contralto to soprano tessituras, as well as her singular jazz-influenced stylings and multi-layered harmonies.

  16. Natalia Kukulska

    Natalia Kukulska


    Natalia Kukulska (born March 4, 1976) is a Polish singer performing pop and R&B music, turning towards alternative electronica in the 2010s. She debuted as a child singer in 1986, and released her first "adult" solo album in 1996. Her most popular songs include "Dłoń", "Piosenka światłoczuła", "Im więcej ciebie tym mniej", "W biegu", "Tyle słońca w całym mieście" and "Wierność jest nudna". She has sold over 1.8 million albums as of 2014.

  17. Sasha Strunin

    Sasha Strunin


    Sasha Strunin, also known as Alexandra Strunin (born Aleksandra Strunina), is a Polish singer. From 2005 to 2009, she was a member of The Jet Set.

  18. Justyna Steczkowska

    Justyna Steczkowska


    Justyna Steczkowska (born August 2, 1972 in Rzeszów, Poland) is a Polish singer, song-writer, and actress.

  19. Maryla Rodowicz

    Maryla Rodowicz


    Maryla Rodowicz (born Maria Antonina Rodowicz, 8 December 1945 in Zielona Góra) is a Polish singer.

  20. Violetta Villas

    Violetta Villas


    Czesława Gospodarek (10 June 1938 – 5 December 2011), known by her stage name Violetta Villas, was a Belgian-born Polish and international cabaret star, singer, actress, composer and songwriter. Her voice was characterized as coloratura soprano, which spanned over 4 octaves. She could play the piano, violin, and trombone and had absolute pitch. Characterisations of her included "the voice of the atomic age", "the singing toast of the continent", "a voice like French champagne", and the "Polish Yma Sumac". Villas was the first star of the Casino de Paris at Dunes Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas (1966–1971).

  21. Anita Lipnicka

    Anita Lipnicka


    Anita Lipnicka (born June 13, 1975 in Piotrków Trybunalski) is a Polish singer and songwriter. Her career as a singer started with Varius Manx, a band she joined in 1993. In 1996, she made a decision to pursue a solo career, she left the band and moved to London where she made her first solo album. The album was called "Wszystko się może zdarzyć" (Everything Can Happen) and was a huge success. In 1998 Lipnicka released her second solo album "To, co naprawdę" (What Is Real). In 2000, her third solo album appeared-"Moje oczy sa zielone" (My eyes are green). In 2001, Lipnicka started to work with John Porter. Together they recorded two albums, "Nieprzyzwoite piosenki" (Indecent Songs) in 2003 and "Inside Story" in 2005. Both albums were all in English. The album Indecent Songs won The Fryderyk award for The Pop Album of the Year. In 2006 they released a mini-disc called "Other Stories" and a collection of all their records plus a DVD with their videos called "All The Stories".

  22. Anna-Maria Jopek

    Anna-Maria Jopek


    Anna Maria Jopek (born 14 December 1970 in Warsaw) is a Polish musician and singer. She represented her country in the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest, with the song "Ale jestem" and finished 11th out of 25 participating acts; and in 2002, she collaborated on an album with jazz guitarist Pat Metheny. She has received numerous awards for her music, including Michel Legrand's Personal Award in Vitebsk in 1994, as well as all of the awards for music in Poland, together with gold and platinum records.

  23. Kayah



    Katarzyna Rooyens (born as Katarzyna Szczot 5 November 1967 in Warsaw), professionally known as Kayah, is a Polish singer-songwriter. In 1995, she released her first self-written album Kamień and established herself as one of the most successful Polish singers with further releases Zebra (1997) and Kayah i Bregović (1999). In the early 2000s, Kayah founded her own label, Kayax, which has signed up many successful artists and released numerous critically acclaimed albums. She has sold more than one million copies of her records so far and remains one of the most awarded artists by Polish music industry.

  24. Beata Kozidrak

    Beata Kozidrak


    Beata Kozidrak (born 4 May 1960 in Lublin, Poland) is a Polish singer and vocalist of the pop-rock band Bajm.

  25. Ewelina Flinta

    Ewelina Flinta


    Ewelina Flinta (born 24 October 1979 in Lubsko) is a Polish singer. She has performed at Przystanek Woodstock and Teatr Buffo. She rose to fame by coming second in the first season of the television show Idol.

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