Musician Nikola Pejaković Kolja will perform as a special guest of the legendary hard rock band Whitesnake at their June 27th concert that will take place at the Tasmajdan stadium in Belgrade.
Pejakovic is primarily known as the scriptwriter, director and actor. He launched his music career back in 2001 with the album “Mama, nemoj plakati”, followed by the self-titled album “Kolja” (2009) and “Grobovlasnici” (2013). Soon after he gained the cult status and became a critical success. His latest album “4 Prsta” (2018) was produced by guitarist Voja Aralica.
His hit singles “Mozda malo sutra”, “A’la je lep ovaj svet” and “Svaku noc je isti mrak” made it to the top of the charts, and Kolja’s concerts are humorous and energetic, just like the signer himself.
“For us who grew up on hard rock, there was no way I would decline to perform with Whitesnake. Even if we played classical music or jazz, I would again say ‘yes’ to performing in front of the musicians I listened to as a kid. I have a wonderful and loyal audience and I believe that we will all have a great time on the Tasmajdan Stadium on June 27th,” says Kolja.
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