Krasne nove stroje
Rock big band Krasne nove stroje (Beautiful new machines) was founded in 1982, although in the beginning it consisted of only three people – a singer and conductor Stanislav Divis (artist – the spiritual father of the file), guitarist Robert Nebrensky and a dancer and occasional vocalist Martin Choura. With this three-membered core still worked guitarist and bassist Bohumil Dvorak and bassist Pavel Jakub Ryba, which, however, soon moved to a band Jazz Q. The face and band concept began to emerge sometime in early 1984, when it the band was enriched with a cellist Mark Lansky. At the same time there was a gradual growth of the brass section and thus the acquisition of its importance.