Yvonne Přenosilová is a singer and radio personality whose successful music career was cut off by the 1968 Russian-led invasion of Czechoslovakia, but who remains a well-known name on the Czech music scene to this day.
Whenever she appears on stage the public demands its favourite hits – Ron slzy – Shed tears and Boty proti lásce – Shoes against love.
Přenosilová herself says her own favourite is Noční modlitba – Night Prayer.
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