MAXIMUM RHYTHM & BLUES
|Pav- originally from Western Poland, started playing drums professionaly in the early 80s. He gained extensive experience of contemporary music while living in Poland and East Germany and working with his first group Augener, then with Martin Eden playing their own material as well as songs by Iron Maiden. Rush and The Police. In 1990 he joined the CFB Quartet and over the next 15 years they played rock from the 70s, 80s and 90s for thousands of people at Polish weddings. Some of these weddings could last for days.
Moved to the UK in 2005, joining popular Sheffield band Jonny Seven shortly afterwards.
Pav found Dosch in October 2007.
|1985-87||Augener - Iron maiden, Rush|
||Martin Eden - originals & covers|
|1992-2005||CFB Quartet - Functions band|
|2006-2007||Johnny Seven - Covers band|
|2007-Now||DOSCH - MAXIMUM RHYTHM & BLUES|
|Equipment||1978; Mum's kitchen chairs
1980; POLMUZ -Polish made drum kit
1983; AMATI (really good drums from the Czech Republic)
1992; Yamaha Stage Customs
2006; Pearl Export series
2007 - Sonor 3005 drums, Paiste cymbals
|Bands||Led Zep, Zappa, AC DC, zero7, Rush, Dr Feelgood, d¿em (70's polish R&B)|
|Drummers||James Woods, Neil Peart, Stewart Copeland, Carter Beauford|
|Best pal||Mr Doschtray|
Martin Eden 1989 - 90
The Lion, Castleford - Dec 07 - Photo Tony Easton
Pav with Mad Max Maxwell at the Robin2 - SAHB gig 2007
(Photo Wendy Clegg)