Jameson Live Stage

Nikola Kolja Pejaković, known as an actor and director, but above all for his screenwriting work on the films “Lepa sela lepo gore”, “Rat uživo”, “Ledina” and the hit series “Vratiće se rode”. He Gained the status of a cult author on the music scene also alreday with the first album “Mama nemoj plakati” (2002), recorded under the company “Kolja and Smak belog dugmeta”. After “vicious” hits like “Sjeo sam za švedski sto” and “B.J. Blues ”from the debut, Pejaković continued his special authorial expression with songs such as “Haljinica boje lila” and “Eto, udade se ti za konja” on the equally challenging second album “Kolja”(2009). Only after the romantically intoned and “purifying” third album “Grobovlasnici” (2013), Kolja felt that it was time to meet with his audience live – Pejakovic’s first concert in his career was successfully held on March 21, 2015 in a crowded “Dom sindikata” in Belgrade, where he was accompanied by the band Grobovlasnici. Finally, Kolja strengthened his cult status with the audience and critics with his well-received fourth album “4 prsta” (Long Play 2018), a voluminous collection of 19 compositions mostly based on blues, produced by Voja Aralica, and singled out the songs “Moze malo sutra”, “Ala je lep ovaj svet” (on the verses of Jovan Jovanović Zmaj) and “Svaku noć je isti mrak”. From the very beginning, Kolja has been collaborating with producer and guitarist Voja Aralica and we should also point out keyboardist Ivan Aleksijević Pancevac while Milan Pavković play bass and double bass and drummer Sale Ranković. How would Pejaković describe the music he plays? “Whichever way you turn it, it’s the blues.”

Date: Saturday 7. Avgust

Time: 21:00 - 21:45