Lolo Lovina
Lolo Lovina
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Lolo Lovina

The Heritage Hotel, Bulli (Bulli, NSW)
Saturday, 13 April 2019 6:00 PM
22 days away
18 Plus
World

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Lolo Lovina ('Red  Beer') are an intoxicating brew infused with Balkan Gypsy beats, unza, cabaret, heavy metal, swing and tango. Fronted by Australian born Romani-Gypsy  singer Sarah Bedak. Lolo Lovina's music reflects the cosmopolitan identity of an artist who grew up with three native cultures. The charming and passionate performance  of their charismatic singer and the high voltage energy of the band makes each concert a unique experience.
  
Lolo Lovina's album Rroma Sapien received a 4 Star review in the London based World Music magazine 'Songlines' (June 2016) with Rroma Sapien and RromAntcis both being featured albums on ABC Radio Nationals program, 'The Daily Planet' Lolo Lovina are an eternal Gypsy party that never sleeps, where anything is possible and where cynicism and mistrust are overcome by love and unity.

Lineup:
Romani-Gypsy Nenad Radic (Aus) - drums
David  Carr (Aus) - guitar and banjo
Nathan  Gatt (Aus) - bass
Sam  Golding - trumpet
Simon Ferenci - trumpet

Highlights: 
Havana  World  Music  Festival  2018, 
-SXSW  Austin  Texas  2018,  
-Sydney  Opera  House,  
-Guca  Festival  Serbia,  
-Festivals  and  events  in  New  Caledonia,  through  the  Pacific  Islands, acau,  New  Zealand  and  across  East  &  West  Europe.

Quotes“..a  most  remarkable  band  fronted  by  ...Sarah  Bedak–as  exotic  a  flower  as  you  are  ever  likely  to  see  behind  a  microphone.To  say  the  sound  is  infectious  doesn’t  quite  express  it...they  have  people  of  all  ages  (and  believe  me,  I  saw  it)  hurling  themselves  through  the  air,  across  the  dance  floor,  inventing  moves  on  the  spot,  hugging  each  other  with  a  passion  ... 

I’ve  seen  bands  of  all  shade  play,  but  I  can’t  recall  seeing  anything  quite  like  this!  Yes  it  is  gypsy  but  there  are  also  dollops  of  Spanish  flamenco,  Russian,  Greek  –indeed  the  music  of  anyone  who  likes  to  party.  ”Glenn  A  Baker8  July  2017

“it  was  about  the  second  or  third  tune  last  night  when  my  perspective  shifted  and  I  became  a  human  in  a  room  with  other  humans,  having  a  party,  being  free,  celebrating  life  and  love  and  joy.  This  palpable  feeling  came  over  me,  like  if  we  could  just  do  this  often  enough,  everything  would  be  alright.  That  it  would  be  a  life  well-lived....throwing  an  eternal  gypsy  party  that  never  sleeps  where  anything  is  possible  and  love  and  unity  triumph  over  cynicism  and  mistrust.”  Nic  ‘Sonny’  Lewis,  beloved  audience  member,The  Basement  Sydney,  2017'  

(Lolo  Lovina)...have  created  an  album  that  swings  from  traditional  to  groundbreaking  Rroma  music,  all  imbued  with  a  tremendous  sense  of  fun’  Lucky  Oceans,  The  Daily  Planet  ABC  Radio  National,  2015“...

Traditional  Gypsy  tunes  alternate  with  Lolo  originals  here,  and  the  arrangements  are  solid,  tight,  classy  and  brassy..”  4  STAR  review  of  Rroma  Sapien  by  Seth  Jordan  in  Songlines  Magazine,  London  UK.  June  2016

'Excellent  new,  vibrant  album  (RromAntics!)  from  world-touring,  Sydney-based  Rrom  music  band..'Lucky  Oceans,  The  Daily  Planet,  ABC  Radio  National  2016“
..twoespecial  strengths  glue  the  components  into  a  cohesive  whole.  One  is  the  sheer  fun  factor:  you  hear  the  players  enjoying  themselves  as  tangibly  as  you  hear  the  sound  of  the  drums,  saxophone  or  accordin. The other is Sarah  Bedak's  voice, which  never  losesits  identity,  despite  being  malleable  enough  to  be  breathy,  teasing,  seductive  or  vigorous.”  3.5  Star  review  of  RromAntics!,  John  Shand  for  the  Sydney