Katarzyna "Kasia" Kowalska (Polish pronunciation: [ˈkaɕa kɔˈvalska]; born June 13, 1973 in Sulejówek, Poland) is a Polish pop rock singer, songwriter, producer, and actress. Her musical experience began in the 1980s when she sang as a female vocalist for numerous Polish bands, including Human, Fatum and Talking Pictures. In 1994, she started solo career releasing album Gemini. The album is said to represent her complex personality with the name following her zodiac sign. In 1995, she took part in the Sopot Festival, where she won Grand Prix. One of the judges was Malcolm McLaren. After that, she released her 2nd album Koncert Inaczej a collection of her live performances and rock and jazz covers. In 1996, she represented Poland in the Eurovision Song Contest with a song called Chcę znać swój grzech... and finished 15th out of 23 and received 31 points (including 7 from three countries (Turkey, Greece, and Bosnia and Herzegovina but very little from the other ones). Afterwards, she starred in a movie called Nocne Graffiti and recorded a song for soundtrack of the movie.
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