Czech singer and painter Karel Gott was created in July 14, 1939, in Pilson, Czechoslovakia, but offers made his house in Prague since he was 6 years old. Fascinated with jazz, he initial started singing in public areas in 1958, and in 1960 began monitoring opera and tone of voice at Prague Conservatory. He released his initial one, a duet with Vlasta Pruchova, on Supraphon Information in 1962. A season later his initial solo single made an appearance, a Czech edition of Henry Mancini’s “Moon River,” and Gott eventually ended his public studies on the conservatory, quickly building an extraordinary career being a vocalist and composer. In 1967 he agreed upon with Polydor/Deutsche Grammophon and it has remained using the label since, releasing a fantastic 125 albums plus some 72 singles for the imprint between 1967 and 2000 by itself. Within the 1990s Gott started turning his focus on painting, mounting his initial exhibition in 1992.