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Neverne Bebe @ Sokobanja 2011.
Serbia

On Wednesday, 10 August, there will be a concert of the popular group "NEVERNE BEBE" on the central square of 21 h. This time the band appeared in 1993. Whatever. and since then has had over 1,800 performances in the country and abroad. So far they have released five albums: "Neverne Baby I", "Neverne Baby II", "South of happiness," "Baby Neverne IV - The best of" and "Behind the Clouds". Founder and bandleader Milan Djurdjevic, who besides playing keyboards and singing, also appearing in the role of composer, songwriter, arranger and producer. Other members of the current settings are: Vladan Djurdjevic - bass guitar, Sasa Randjelovic - lead guitar, Vladimir Ružičić - drums, and Jelena Tijana Sretković Pudar - vocals. S 'given the large number of hits and great live music, expect a large number of visitors at the concert, both tourists and residents from nearby major cities, and Sokobanja.

Text source: Neverne bebe Sokobanja

Photo: Virtualne panorame Srbije

Copyright: Saša stojanović
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送信日: 11/08/2011
更新日: 18/09/2014
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