Rade Šerbedžija announced New Year’s concerts

Legendary actor, poet, director and musician, They are doing Šerbedžija, mingled with the media today on the occasion of the traditional New Year’s concerts. This year, Rade will be happy to mingle with the audience December 21 at the MTS Dvorana in Belgrade and the next day December 22 at the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad.

The concerts were called “Eto pjesma” after the very successful first single from the last album “Ne okreći se sine” which was even declared the song of the year in Macedonia. The song was written for me by Husein Hus Hasanefendić (leader of the group “Parni valjak”), and it has a nice message in the title. When “Eto pjesma” is said, I feel optimistic, although I also have bitter things in my songs in concert. Rade said

He recalled the first concerts, when he performed only accompanied by a friend at the piano and his son Danilo played the guitar. As he emphasizes, he is not a singer, and these are not classical concerts, rather performances filled with songs, poetry, drama, chansons. Rade, together with his band Zapadni kolodvor, will present to the Belgrade and Novi Sad audience songs from the new album, as well as the timeless songs “Don’t give me Ines”, “I have a song for you”, “I don’t want to part with you, baby”, “Barbara “, and others from his rich musical career.

Each of my concerts is different, I always add something new, so I surprise myself. I also watch how the audience breathes, I feel everything, and then I choose the repertoire that way. It also depends on who I’m performing with, for example when it’s only Miroslav Tadić and I, and he can be very demanding, there’s no room for improvisation, he’s somewhat similar to Vlatko Stefanovski. J I don’t change my repertoire much in relation to the cities where I perform, and I perform all over the former Yugoslavia, I try to make it the same for everyone. Although in Serbia I like to include some old songs, old-town songs, to give them a new look,” the artist pointed out.

In the following, he talked about the new album “Ne okreti se sine”, which is named after his song from back in 1988, which he dedicated to his son Danilo, who was then 17 years old.

The song is actually a message to my son and all sons not to look back on their fathers’ problems, to just look at life ahead, to try to live a better, more correct, more dignified life, without any bitterness. “

For now, Šerbedžija has announced one important and special guest at the concerts, namely Muharem Serbezovski, a prominent singer of folk music from Macedonia.

Serbezovski is great, he will be my main guest, by the way he has completed his law studies, so we will also have a lawyer in the team, who wrote the first dictionary of the Roma-Serbian languageRade announced.

He emphasized that he collaborated with a significant team of musicians on the album: Damir Urban is the author of the lyrics for the song “Govorila je tako tiho, tiho, tiho”, the famous virtuoso on the guitar Miroslav Tadić plays on the song “New York” by Arsen Dedić, Croatian guitarist Ante Gelo in the song “Stala si uvige ista”, authored by Đorđe Novković and Željko Sabol. There are also collaborations with Gabi Novak and Matija Dedić in Arsen’s song “Od kako te ne volim”, and “That city reminds me of something”, which Rade sang with the author of the song, Darko Rundek. He left his author’s stamp on the songs “Scheherazade” and the aforementioned “Don’t turn around, son”.

I plan to record an album exclusively of my original songs, and we would hold such a concert, where only those tracks would be. We counted 25 songs“, he announced the possible plans of Šerbedži and added
I am looking forward to meeting again and hanging out with the faithful audience and performing songs from the new album as well as the good old ones that they are used to. It will be filled with love, with a special sensibility, a tender and emotional evening“, said Šerbedžija.

You can get tickets in the gigstix system and at the ticket office of the mts Dvorana for Belgrade, or at the ticket office of the Serbian National Theater for the Novi Sad concert.

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