Founded in 1996 by bassist Vilo Gutray and brothers Igor, Roman, and Ivan Timko, Zero Name started their run like a four-piece songwriting outfit from a couple of students in the Kosice Conservatory. After a small-scale focus on festival shows, the group came into and received a competition of initial Slovak pop music, catapulting No Name as associates of the country at the local Bratislavka Lyra event and gaining acknowledgement along the way. Despite their unexpected achievement, or because of it maybe, No Name became a regular focus on of critics because of the seemingly easy trip to the very best, constructed on pop and cover tunes. In response to the criticism, the music group went into concealing and redeveloped its audio (also adding keyboardist Zoli Sallai), coming back in 2000 with Pockam Zi Na Zazrak and earning the compliment of critics aswell as all main categories (Greatest Song, Best Recording, Best Band, Greatest Creation) in the Slovakian exact carbon copy of the Grammys. The music group soon branched in to the close by Czech Republic to great acclaim, adding sibling Dusan Timko on second acoustic guitar and beginning an enormous touring drive. The recording Cim To Je offered a nod with their newfound Czech achievement, documented in Prague and with most launch occasions in the Czech Republic aswell. In 2007, the group released V Rovnovahe, time for the graphs in both countries.