Tuesday, 25 April 2017



A Eurovision Star Tours the Balkans with his Donkey



BalkanTravellers.com   
29 March 2012 | The singer with the picturesque nickname Rambo Amadeus, who is a candidate to represent Montenegro in Eurovision 2012 in Baku, is expected to visit Sofia for a concert. For his appearance before Bulgarian public he intends to bring over his donkey. The beast was featured in his Euro Neuro song clip to eat notes, get massaged and walk in blossoming spring gardens.

In his song, which goes

Euro neuro I don’t like snobizam 

nationalism, puritanism. 

I am different organism.

My heroism is pacifism
altruism, I enjoy biciklizam [Serbian for "cycling"]

liberalism, tourism, nudism, optimism.
It is good for rheumatism.

Rambo Amadeus walks on his donkey through a luxurious spa center, through a market and by the lake of Skodra/Skadar. The animal mingles with the sunbathing crowds next to a swimming pool, and at some point is shown to dance in a club.

Rambo Amadeus’ concert in Sofia is scheduled for Friday, 30 March, in Mixtape 5 club. His next appearance will be on 31 March in the Serbian town of Nis, in the Faculty of Law Club.

 

 

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