at Lolo the Caravan Stage
Sunday, 21 June 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM + Add to calendar21/06/2020 16:0021/06/2020 17:00Australia/SydneyLolo Lovinas Tiny Caravan ConcertLolo Lovinas Tiny Caravan Concert Sunday, 21 June 2020 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Sarah Bedak-Radic XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Lolo the Caravan Stage Australia Live and online on Lolo Lovina's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LoloLovina88/ Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/g9ay4/lolo_lovinas_tiny_caravan_concert.aspxLolo the Caravan Stage
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Lolo Lovina from their Caravan Stage live & online
Balkan Romani music from Australia..say what?!!
“..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 Baker 8 July 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
“..two especial 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 accordion. The other is Sarah Bedak's voice, which never loses its identity, despite being malleable enough to be breathy, teasing, seductive or vigorous.”
3.5 Star review of RromAntics!,
John Shand for the Sydney Morning Herald 2016
“Lead singer Sarah Bedak wails into the microphone, backed by seven musicians,
including husband Nenad. Dressed in bright pink shorts and stockings, her limbs coil and undulate to the music. A violin begins to howl. Sweat rolls down our faces, our arms, but we three women cannot stop dancing, cannot stop swivelling our hips to the accelerating beat. It’s the first time I’ve heard a Gypsy band live and I’m so enthralled I feel as if I could fly.”
Mandy Sayer for SBS, 2016
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