Grzegorz Kaźmierczak was born in 1964, in Bydgoszcz. He is a poet, vocalist, lyricist, and music producer.
He graduated from the Faculty of Linguistics (Polish Philology) at the Kazmierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz. He is one of the founders of the band Variété that won the Grand Prix at the All-Polish Review of Music of Young Generation in Jarocin. In the successive years, he was also awarded, among others, an Audience Award, a Journalists Award, and an Award of the President of Jarocin. In 2022, he was nominated for the Fryderyk Award.
Grzegorz Kaźmierczak has published 4 poetry books and is also one of the founders for a number of recording studios. As a sound engineer and producer, he was involved in recording many albums of the top Polish artists.
His professional portfolio also includes involvement in two film productions. He is the author of the music written form the film ‘Hiena / Hyena’ (2006) directed by Grzegorz Lewandowski. In 2016, he was worked on the documentary ‘Kotwicz. Ostatni komendant’, as its director, screenwriter, and editor.
Grzegorz Kaźmierczak lives in Sicily.