Jamiroquai

30 Jun 2013 20:00
Jamiroquai

Jamiroquai will perform in Belgrade’s Kombank Arena on June 30th.
Founded in 1992, Jamiroquai broke on to the world stage with the rest of the British jazz funk and acid jazz scene, and established its place side by side with great bands such as Incognito and The Brand New Heavies, but quickly far surpassing them in popularity.


Record company Sony noticed that their first single "When You Gonna Learn?" and announced their debut album "Emergency on Planet Earth". Greater popularity brought them their next album, "The Return of the Space Cowboy," but their planetary fame comes from the "Travelling Without Moving" recorded in 1996. The hit "Virtual Insanity" became the highlight of many club nights and JQ was recognized as one of the favourite vocals of acid jazz and even the entire pop scene at the time.


And after more than two decades, JQ and his team are true to their own expression of streaked funk, electro and pop sections. The combination of light-hearted voice and countless funky hats with music that calls for dancing, gave them a career full of hit singles such as "Cosmic Girl", "Love Fool," "Little L," "Space Cowboy," and "Deeper Underground."
Song after song on the top of the charts, more than 25 million albums sold, numerous awards, including five MTV awards, Ivor Novello and Grammys are all products of Jamiroquai’s creative and artistic work in which they are led by Jay Kay’s imagination.


"If the song does not sound good with a keyboard, destroy it." This is the main rule of the charismatic frontman.
Concert in Kombank Arena on June 30th will be the second appearance Jamiroquai in Belgrade. At the same time, this is their third concert in Serbia, as two years ago performed at the Exit promoting their last album.
Jamiroquai concert tickets are on sale at prices of 3500, 4500 and 4900 dinars at all Eventim locations and at the box office: Belgrade Arena, Belgrade Ticket Center, Youth Center and Shopping Centre as well as at web sites kombankarena.rs, eventim.rs.