Bergendy were a Hungarian jazz-funk/pop band from Budapest, formed in 1958. During the 1960s, the band released numerous singles and EPs on Quatilion. Between 1971 and 1976, the band issued six albums on Pepita. Subsequent decades have witnessed sporadic activity under the nameplate.
Members: István Bergendy (saxophone, bandleader), Péter Bergendy (saxophone, flute, backing vocals, manager), Gábor Tánczos (trumpet, ?-1964), Miklós Kajlinger (drums, ?-1964), Károly Gáspár (bass, ?-1970), Ede Auth (piano, 1964-67), Rudolf Tomsits (trumpet, 1964-?), Béla Csáky (drums, vocals, 1964-69), György Oroszlán (guitar, 1964-present), Sándor Hajdu (keyboards, brasswinds, flute, backing vocals, 1967-80), Norbert Latzin (keyboards, guitar, bass, vocals, percussion, 1969-75), René Gubelmann (drums, 1969-70), Csaba Debreczeni (drums, 1970-77), Ferenc Demjén (lead vocals, bass guitar, 1970-77), János Rudolf Tóth (guitar, 1975-77), Péter Gábor (bass guitar, guitar, 1977-present), István Bálint (drums, backing vocals, 1977-present), Ferenc Balogh (lead vocals, 1980-92), Károly Horváth (trombone, 1983-86), Béla Valusek (trumpet, 1983-87), István Moré (trombone, 1986-99), Gábor Virágh (trumpet, 1987), Gábor Varga (trumpet, 1987), Miklós Zareczky (lead vocals, 1992-present), Gábor Antal (trumpet, flugelhorn, ?-present), János Dáni (keyboards, ?-present), Gábor Skerlecz (trombone, ?-present), Rita Ambrus (backing vocals, ?-present), Patrícia Bartus (backing vocals, ?-present), Ilona Csordás (backing vocals, ?-present), Péter Kovács (winds), Zoltán Mericske (percussion), Beatrix Bisztricsány (backing vocals), Tünde Bodor (backing vocals), Veronika Horoscsák (backing vocals), Emese Horváth (backing vocals), Kata Janza (backing vocals), Enikő Könye (backing vocals), Bea Lastofka (backing vocals), Zsófia Lembanisz (backing vocals), Myrtill Micheller (backing vocals), Nelly Pérchy (backing vocals), Andrea Sántha (backing vocals), Judit Takács (backing vocals), Maya Vass (backing vocals), Ildikó Vámos (backing vocals), Ágnes Vígvári (backing vocals), Judit Wégner (backing vocals)
- Beat ablak (1971)
- Bergendy (1972)
- Hétfő (Hét fő) (1973)
- Ötödik sebesség (1974)
- Fagypont fölött miénk a világ (1976)
- Jazz (1976)
- Én táncolnék veled… (1984 • Bergendy Szalonzenekar)
- Subidubi (1986 • Bergendy Koncert, Tánc és Szalon Zenekar)
- Bergendy buli (1987 • Bergendy Szalon Zenekar)
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