Parni Valjak concert in Belgrade

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Parni Valjak concert in Belgrade / Concert Parni Valjak in Belgrade 

Parni Valjak concert in Belgrade – Concerts on the occasion of 40 years of existence of group Parni Valjak in Belgrade – Group Parni Valjak prepares two big events in Belgrade for all their fans – November 27 and 28 to mark 40 years of their successful career, in a concert with the name “Both faces of love”  – during the two days will be held two completely different concert production.

Parni Valjak concert in Belgrade – Parni Valjak, rock group founded in 1975 in Zagreb, are still active – with a break in 1988, and  later in the period 2005 to 2009. The group founders are Husein Hasanefendić and Jurica Pađen with the help of Vladimir Mihaljek Miha, a former manager of the “Bijelo Dugme” and Grupa 220.As years went by, their refusal to change style proved to be the important factor in the band’s longevity. They kept a loyal following in 1980s and in 1990s, refusing to allow elements of folk and turbo folk music to become part of their repertoire. Because of that the band enjoys great respect among many Croatian rock critics, being seen as the embodiment of “true” rock and urban culture and many of their songs are considered evergreens in the former Yugoslavia like “Sve još miriše na nju”, “Jesen u meni”, “Ugasi me” and “Zastave”. Parni valjak kept a relatively small but dedicated following for 30 years, and many people tend to gather at their concerts that feature energetic performances, despite advanced age of the band’s members: Aki Rahimovski – vocals, Husein Hasanefendić-Hus – guitars, Marijan Brkić Brk – guitars, Berislav Blažević-Bero – keyboards, Zvonimir Bučević-Buč – bass guitar, Dražen Scholz-Šolc – drums, Tina Rupčić – vocal, Anita Mlinarić – sax.

Parni Valjak concert in Belgrade – In December 2005, Parni valjak made a farewell tour of Croatia and Slovenia on their 30th birthday. Their last public performance in 2005 was a concert on New Year’s Eve in Ban Jelačić Square in Zagreb, though they stated that more concerts may be held in future. In November 2009, they began a reunion tour in Croatia.

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