For the first time since July 2021 King Čačak performed with the band in Belgrade. The venue is as usual Dom omladine Belgrade, sala Americanatime – Thursday December 29 from 20h. They say it’s time for change and accordingly here are new plans, new people and new songs. Along with Kralj Čačak, the standard rhythm section Miladin Stojković (double bass, bass) and Filip Tančić (drums, percussion) will be on stage, with the contribution of maestro Salet Sedlar on piano and electric guitar. There may be guests, there may be surprises – in any case, it will be something special and beautiful.
Tickets are on sale at a promotional price of 1200 rsd until the end of November, the regular ticket price is 1500 rsd and on the day of the concert 2000 rsd. Tickets are on sale through the tickets.rs network, at the Dom omladine box office and online.
Nenad Marić or Kralj Čačak is a painter, poet and musician born in Čačak, with a permanent address in Belgrade for several decades. He graduated from FLU in 2004, and as a painter he mostly expresses himself through watercolor. As a poet, he published the collection “Na margini” (Lom, 2016), and as a musician two albums (“Land of Dreams” at the end of 2016 and “Spusti svelt na put” at the end of 2018). The album “Spusti svelt na put” was declared the best in 2018 by the listeners of radio Belgrade 202. He is the winner of the “Strings of Light” award for 2017, which is awarded for a special contribution to the affirmation of the poetic word in rock and blues music.
For those who like references, Kralj Čačak’s music is a mixture of jazz, blues, rock and roll and chanson, and Žikica Simić said about Kralj Čačak: “On a dangerous highway – through intersections and side roads – with a guitar over his shoulder, like the hero of good old movies, Kralj is arrived on the rock scene. He brought with him wise, beautiful and bitter songs, in which sincerity and authenticity are sharply opposed to the depravities of this time.”
In his review of Kralj Čačak’s music and poetry for “Jutarnji list”, the respected writer Miljenko Jergović wrote: “Spusti sveltst na put is among several of the most important albums of music for the remaining literate people, recorded southeast of Vienna in the last thirty years. Nenad Marić is a powerful poet.”
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