THE MIK KAMINSKI HISTORY:
Born Sep. 2, 1951, Harrogate, England.
Mik Kaminski is adducated at Harrogate and had his professional debut in 1965 at the age of 14 years in The Leeds Orchestra.
In 1973 Mik had its debut on record in "Joe Soap" on the album "Keep it clean" and as a result of his meadows arrangement with Joe Soap he also came in 1973 with Andy Roberts album "Andy Roberts and the great Stampede" .
In 1973 comes Mik Kaminski with The Electric Light Orchestra, which after minimal success in Europe, concentrating almost exclusively on the US market. The band is touring now as much as possible. The band are recording simultaneously super album Eldorado selling gold in the states and the single from "Can't get it out of my head" was their first in the top 10 in the US. For this album spent Jeff Lynne for the first time a full orchestra and choir to establish the group's sound, this gives a hint of what's to come. This line up (Jeff Lynne, Bev Bevan, Hugh McDowell, Richard Tandy, Michael De Albuquerque & Mike Edwards) also recorded the live album "The Night the light went on in Long Beach" which was only released in Australia, New Zealand and mainland Europe.
Said about them "I'd give dem more space - but they ain't brummies".
After The Electric Light Orchestra in 1986 was dissolved, carried the band on as Electric Light Orchestra, Part Two, with the former members (Bev Bevan and Mik Kaminski) later also comes Kelly Groucott with, but in 2000-01 jumps Bev Bevan from the band and when he was the only member who had been in The Electric Light Orchestra from the beginning, demanded Jeff Lynne via lawsuit name back. The former Part Two, goes back so name to The Orkestra.