Král, Ivan

Ivan Král (May 12, 1948, Prague, Czechoslovakia – February 2, 2020, Ann Arbor, MI) was a Grammy Award-winning, Czech-born American composer, filmmaker, record producer, bass guitar player, and singer-songwriter. He worked across many genres including punk, rock, jazz, soul, country and film scores. His songs have been recorded by such artists as U2, Pearl Jam, Téléphone, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, David Bowie, Simple Minds, and John Waite, among others. Král started his American music career during the early 1970s glam rock scene in New York where his band, Luger, performed at many trendy venues, including Max's Kansas City. After their breakup in 1973, he joined Shaun Cassidy's backing group, then Blondie, then Patti Smith, then Iggy Pop. Between 1975–1979, Král was co-writer, guitarist and bassist of the Patti Smith Group.

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