The Dujka Brothers Bio

"The Tradition Continues"

The duo of John and Mark Dujka are celebrating their 29th year in the entertainment business. They have appeared at some of the most popular festivals in Texas and nationally like the Wurstfest, the Ennis National Polka Festival, Westfest, and Beckster Festival in Iowa, spreading their excitement for the traditional music that helped build and strengthen Czech and German communities. Their music can be heard on polka radio programs across the nation, and have had national TV exposure performing on RFD-TV's Big Joe Polka Show and the Molly B. Polka Party. They have recognized by the Texas Polka Music Association and for their recordings. The Dujkas are proficient on numerous wind and keyboard instruments as well as guitars and accordions, blending their voices to create an unmistakeable sound that has helped to make them one of Texas most popular duos in polka music.

Some of their trademark songs include "Pivo and Kolaches, Cerveza and Tamales", "When I Dance With You", "Eatin' Kolaches" and "You Are My Special One". Their collaboration with Texas songwriters Daniel Klapuch and Mark Hermes has yielded a string of new polka and waltz hits such as "Moon Over Moravia", "Grandpa Drank Too Much at the St. John Picnic", "The Immigrants Waltz", and "St. Arnold Polka".

When they are not performing on stage, John and Mark maintain active professional lives. John received his Bachelors and Masters degrees in piano from the University of Houston Moores School of Music is professor of Piano and Music Theory at Blinn College. He also produces a weekly radio show that airs on KULP 1390 in El Campo. TX. Mark earned an Ag-Business degree at Texas State University San Marcos and is employed in the banking industry.

Be sure to give a listen to the Dujka Brothers when they are playing nearby. You'll be amazed by their versatility and their honesty in delivering the best in Texas polka and waltz music and much more!

The tradition continues!

The Paul and Rosalie Dujka Story


Click the link above to download a copy of our family history. The story goes back our grandparent's and great grandparent's brave struggle to find a better life in America, and the abundance they were blessed with in Texas. The file is in standard .doc and can be read by Microsoft Word.