Walk Choc Ice
Walk Choc Ice was a Czech musical group playing in the years 1992-2003, which started as a crossoverová formation. His repertoire combines mainly rock music and jazz style. Later, his work focused more towards the classical bigbeatu.
Originated from Kostelec nad Orlicí. Keep Smiling first Studio album released in 1994. The band became the biggest hit song “Rejdit” from the second album, composed by Lubos Moravec and John cross. Its working title was “I WannaMake It”.
The founding members of the band were drummer Martin Cross and his brother Jan Cross and the band was founded on the ruins of a group Aspect, where with them to Walk Choc Ice went bass player Honza Newbie Vanický. The original cast following a pair of guitarists Lubos Moravec and Pavel Plašil. The lead singer of the band was Jan cross. Other members were guitarist and author of most songs Lubos Moravec, Václav percussionist and bassist Tomáš Kopecký, Winter. Moravec, later replaced by guitarist Vladimir Zotov. As managers gradually worked Martin Fořt and gold Ha.
Also performed in the role of předskokanů of foreign artists, Faith No More, David Bowie, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Led Zeppelin. In the period of cooperation with Ivan Čechoameričanem, who produced their second album, with him in the role of accompanying the group played a concert cord “nostalgia”.
After formation in 2003 left the guitarist Zotov, the interruption of the activity, which effectively meant its disintegration. The last concert performances took place 26. September 2003 in Prague Club Vagon. Jan Cross and Václav Zima in 2004 became members of the Group Blue Effect.