Between the best-known titles within the Polish music business, Edyta Gorniak was discovered on the TV talent goal show back 1989. She started her career the next year being a stage vocalist. Strutting her stuff at many of Warsaw’s best venues, such as for example Metro and Brel, she give up the circuit in 1994 and crossed over in to the pop sector. That same calendar year, she flew to Dublin, Ireland, to represent Poland within the Eurovision melody competition. Her rendition from the melody “To Nie Ja” (THAT ISN’T Me) transpired a treat on the celebration and snared a runner-up place. In addition, it stirred a lot of curiosity about her skill, both in the home and overseas, and paved just how for the discharge of her debut record in 1995. The task, entitled Dotyk, included such music as “To Nie Ja,” “Dotyk,” and “Jestem Kobieta” (I’m a female) and arrived amidst very much fanfare in Poland. Gorniak after that performed on the Sopot Music Celebration and was recruited to become over the soundtrack towards the Walt Disney toon movie Pocahontas. The next year, she produced waves on the esteemed Fryderyk Music Honours (called after Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin) by earning first prizes to discover the best Film Clip and Greatest Debut. She also sang the melody “Walc Embarras” on Irena Santor’s record, Duety (Duets). With her eyes on foreign marketplaces, Gorniak then made a decision to to push out a record in British — something seldom done by best Polish artists in those days. Made by Christopher Neil, the self-titled record appeared by the end of 1997 and highlighted such music as “IF YOU Get back to Me” and “Mls and Mls Away.” On its second discharge, the record also included a duet with José Carreras, “EXPECT Us.” Through the next year or two, Gorniak spent a lot of her period performing at various concerts, celebrations, and charity occasions. In 1999, she made a decision to discharge the Edyta Gorniak Live ’99 recording, packing her most widely used tunes up to now.