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Balász Major

Balász Major
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Hungary
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Balázs Major was born in Mezõtúr, Hungary in 1955. As a drummer and percussionist, he is fully self-taught. In the 1970s, he performed in the rock band Watt '73. Since 1980 he has worked with guitarist Sándor Szabó.
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http://www.myspace.com/balzsmajorofficial‎
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (4)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Ethereal II Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Ethereal II
(Greydisc GDR 3543, 2018, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Balász Major — Kismaros Kevin Kastning / Balász Major — Kismaros
(Greydisc GDR 3542, 2018, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Becoming Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Becoming
(Greydisc GDR 3514, 2013, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Triptych Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Triptych
(Greydisc GDR 3509, 2011, CD)

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