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Özkan Uğur

Özkan Uğur

Özkan Uğur


Özkan Uğur (born October 17, 1953) is a Turkish pop musician, member of the renowned band MFÖ and an actor. He started his musician career in the Şerif Yüzbaşıoğlu Orchestra as a bass guitarist. In 1971, Özkan joined Mazhar Alanson and Fuat Güner in the duo "Kaygısızlar" ("The Unworrieds") forming a trio. The band was renamed 1972 to MFÖ, after the initials of the members. Between 1972 and 1975, Özkan played Anatolian rock music with Barış Manço in his band "Kurtalan Ekspresi" Read more on Last.fm
Özkan Uğur (born October 17, 1953) is a Turkish pop musician, member of the renowned band MFÖ and an actor. He started his musician career in the Şerif Yüzbaşıoğlu Orchestra as a bass guitarist. In 1971, Özkan joined Mazhar Alanson and Fuat Güner in the duo "Kaygısızlar" ("The Unworrieds") forming a trio. The band was renamed 1972 to MFÖ, after the initials of the members. Between 1972 and 1975, Özkan played Anatolian rock music with Barış Manço in his band "Kurtalan Ekspresi", in "TER" of Erkin Koray, "Dostlar" of Edip Akbayram, "Kardaşlar" of Seyhan Karabay and "Dadaşlar" of Ersen.

In 1976, he left Anatolian rock music genre and joined the quintet "İpucu" led by the Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan trio. Özkan formed in 1978 the band "Grup Karma" with Galip Boransu and Cengiz Teoman. He is now playing in the group MFÖ. Read more on Last.fm.

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