Elán (band)

Elán at Carnegie Hall, New York, 2007<ref>{{cite web|title=Elán si zahraje ve vyprodané Carnegie Hall |url=https://www.idnes.cz/kultura/hudba/elan-si-zahraje-ve-vyprodane-carnegie-hall.A070823_142053_hudba_ob |website=idnes.cz |date=23 August 2007 |access-date=30 October 2020 |language=cs |trans-title=Elán will play in the sold-out Carnegie Hall}}</ref> Elán is a Slovak pop rock band founded in 1968 by elementary school classmates Jožo Ráž, Vašo Patejdl, Juraj Farkaš, and Zdeno Baláž. They became one of the most popular Czechoslovak bands during the 1980s, releasing ten successful albums between 1981 and 1991. In 1993, the group represented Slovakia in the preliminary round of the Eurovision Song Contest but having finished in fourth place, failed to qualify for the finals in Ireland. Elán performed at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2009 in Liberec, Czech Republic, as part of the championship's entertainment festivities. The band has toured internationally throughout their career. They have produced many well-known hits and won several awards, such as the Slávik Awards, Slávik, and Zlatý slavík, which they won four years in a row. Provided by Wikipedia
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