Marián Lucký was born on October 16, 1980. At the age of 9, he started learning to play the guitar by himself, before that he attended the piano at Elementary School of Art. At the age of 12, he founded the band Hippie Boys, which played songs by The Beatles, but also their first own compositions. Later, he joined as a solo guitarist in the fledgling group The Apple, with whom he recorded the musical Proud Princess for the Bratislava Iuventa, where he also played one of the main characters. At the end of 1995, he founded the band The Experience. This band enjoyed great success in Bratislava, where they played relatively intensively. In 1996, the band managed to perform at the international Beatles festival in Liverpool, England, where they played four concerts, two of them at the legendary Cavern Club. During the following years, he performed concerts with various well-known personalities of the Slovak, Czech and foreign music scene. In 2011, together with Fedor Frešo, he founded the concert band The Badge, in which, among others, long-time colleague and friend Peter Szapu also worked. In 2016, he released his solo debut album About Life, a year later the vinyl single Choďte Domov!/It's Alright. The single Mame/Melvie is released before Christmas 2021, which is a precursor to the new LP.