The Bugs @ Jazz klub Satchmo, Maribor (Slovenia), 21/03/2015
If I tell you that The Bugs are a cover band, you’ll probably guess what kind of music do they play, right? Yep, you got it right, it’s The Beatles (and The Stones) and all other 60’s and 70’s great music. Funny thing though is that they come from the town of Koprivnica, Croatia - town where I was born and spend some of my adult years - and the bass player just recently moved to Maribor, my (and his) new hometown so it was a night I just couldn’t miss!
Photographically speaking, the drummer Karlo Knežević was a absolute gem to shoot, hence so many photos of him :)
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