Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push are a 12-Time Grammy Nominated band. Lenny Gomulka is a member of the International Polka Music Hall of Fame. He is the author of the Official polka song of Massachusetts called "Say Hello to Someone in Massachusetts." Lenny Gomulka formed a band and called it "Chicago Push." He then began public performances in January 1980. The formation of Chicago Push was inspired by Lenny's heritage. His "Push" style music has evolved into the most progressive sound in polka music today. Under the direction of Lenny Gomulka, Chicago Push, since their beginning has consistently received awards from radio stations across the country, booster clubs, promoters within the field and organizations such as the International Polka Association, United States Polka Association and the United Polka Association. Performances throughout the years have generated the granting of keys to city's and a huge fan base of followers throughout the USA & Canada. Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push, noted for their unique arrangements and originality, have mentored many aspiring bands and musicians.
(Boston Herald Article & Photo by Matthew Cavanaugh)
Since 1990, Lenny and his wife Estelle make their home out in a country setting in the little New England town of Ludlow, MA. Ludlow is located in western Massachusetts about 90 miles west of Boston. This is where they manage and operate their funtime hobby and labor of love.