26 April 1997 Exactly twenty-three years ago, in May of 1974, Goran Bregovic presented himself to the Yugoslav public in Ljubljana as the leader of the band Bijelo Dugme. On Djurdjevdan (Saint George’s day and the heralding of spring weather) of this year, the main rock-ethno-roller is kicking off his first south-Slav tour leading the […]

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