Take a Look of Amazing Atmosphere by Former Yugoslav Band Bijelo Dugme! (video)

As members of “Bijelo Dugme” promised, on Saturday evening, they made a great atmosphere on Bjelasnica Mountain. Thousands of visitors sang some of the greatest hits.

“After all these years,” “Don’t you see I’m fooling myself,” “Forgetting,” “Rose”, were just some of the hits that this group performed.

To recall, the concert was held as part of “Let’s go to the mountains” event.

The concert lasted longer than two hours, and this concert was marked by the official start of the winter season, but also the 35thbirthday of ZOI’84 organization.

Alen, Tifa and Brega had been on a tour of Europe for months, and last year they were in Australia and wherever they appeared, there were full concert halls, and there is no doubt that the location on Bjelasnica will be full of their fans who will have fun with the famous songs.

Bijelo Dugme (trans. White Button) was a Yugoslav rock band, based in Sarajevo. Bijelo Dugme is widely considered to have been the most popular band ever to exist in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and one of the most important acts of the Yugoslav rock scene.

Bijelo Dugme was officially formed in 1974, although the members of the default lineup, guitarist Goran Bregović, vocalist Željko Bebek, drummer Ipe Ivandić, keyboardist Vlado Pravdić and bass guitarist Zoran Redžić, were previously active under the name Jutro.

The band’s debut album Kad bi bio bijelo dugme, released in 1974, brought them nationwide popularity with its Balkan folk-influenced hard rock sound.

In the early 1980s, with the emergence of Yugoslav new wave scene, the band moved towards new wave, managing to remain one of the most popular bands in the country.

After the departure of Bebek in 1983, the band was joined by vocalist Mladen Vojičić “Tifa”, with whom the band recorded only one, self-titled album.

The band’s last vocalist, Alen Islamović, joined the band in 1986, and with him Bijelo Dugme recorded two albums, disbanding, with the rising tensions in Yugoslavia, in 1989.

In 2005, the band reunited in the lineup that featured most of the musicians that passed through the band, including all three vocalists, for three concerts, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in Zagreb, Croatia and in Belgrade, Serbia.

(Source: klix, photo:FENA)




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