Omega (Hungarian band)

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The classic Omega lineup in 1976 (L-R: Ferenc Debreczeni, János Kóbor, László Benkő, Tamás Mihály, György Molnár)
Background information
OriginBudapest, Hungary
GenresHard rock, psychedelic rock, progressive rock, space rock
Years active1962–1987, 1994–present
LabelsQualiton, Pepita, Bacillus, Amiga
Associated actsLocomotiv GT
  • János Kóbor
  • György Molnár
  • Ferenc Debreczeni
Past members
  • Győző Bánkúti
  • László Benkő
  • Tamás Künsztler
  • Péter Láng
  • Ferenc Tornóczky
  • István Varsányi
  • András Kovacsics
  • László Harmat
  • József Laux
  • Tamás Somló
  • Mária Wittek
  • Gábor Presser
  • Tamás Mihály

Omega is a Hungarian band formed in 1962, which has been described as the most successful Hungarian rock band in history.[1] They have released more than 20 albums in both Hungarian and English. The band started in 1962.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Omega | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2020-07-28.