I slept on the same bed with Jaro Filip, I met Dezo Ursiny in the psychiatric hospital
Valery Dolezal was born in 1949 in Frunze, the Soviet Union. His mother was from Russia, his father from Czech. In 1950, the family moved to Czechoslovakia and began to live in Brno. Her mother got sick of tuberculosis and was treated after in various sanatoriums. His father worked as the ambulance driver. His parents later got divorced and he was raised by his grandmother, a faithful member of the communist party. Valery graduated from high school in Brno and became a drummer in various big beat bands in Brno and Bratislava. He worked in Slovak television as a gaffer, and later as a radio editor. In 1969, he first married Darina Vlašičová. In 1975 he left Slovak radio. In 1977, he divorced and remained without funds. He alternated jobs and music bands. He married for the second time in 1980 and worked as a currier. After the revolution, he went to Germany and founded a recording studio. After seven years, he returned to Slovakia. In 1994 he acquired Slovak citizenship. He still devotes his life to music.