Mirek Mardosz was born on January 31, 1960 in Wloclawek, Poland.
The 1960’s were times of the Beatles fascination, so when Mirek and his brother were learning how to play the guitar, they played the Beatles. A first music band that Mirek played in was Protestsong, started with his friends from Technical College. The music popular in 1970’s had a great influence and impact on Mirek’s musical life. He was fascinated with Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, and Procol Harum.
At the beginning of 1980’s Mirek changed electric guitar into bass guitar. Back then, he was playing with the band called MAK, which won first place prizes in many contests.
In 1986 Mirek decided to change the music instruments again, and started playing electric guitar again in the band called An Emergency Exit.
At the end of 1990’s, Mirek and his two friends, Leszek Wieclawski and Wojtek Sobolewski, started a band called Hologram, which was playing an electronic music. The band recorded two albums: The Seventh Chamber of Heaven and Ad Infinitum. The first album was presented on the radio in Jerzy Kordowicz’s Toptlen programme, and the song 1912 reached 8th place on the music chart.
The band members were working together by 2002, recording few unpublished music projects.
In 2002 Mirek Mardosz recorded an album in his own studio called Mass Media (Mastering by Krzysztof Maszota).
Since 2002 Mirek Mardosz has been living in Chicago, USA. Occasionally performs in local clubs with his Accoustic Show. He has been planning his own music studio and looking for new sounds. Fascinated with the sound of Godin guitars, Mirek has been recording a new album with acoustic music and electric rock.