Bojan Pečar

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Bojan Pečar
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Bojan Pečar
Background information
Born (1960-03-22)March 22, 1960
Belgrade, FPR Yugoslavia
Died October 13, 1998(1998-10-13) (aged 38)
London, United Kingdom
Genres Rock, new wave
Occupations Bass player, songwriter
Instruments Bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, piano, violin, viola, percussion, vocals
Associated acts VIA Talas, Katarina II, Ekatarina Velika

Bojan Pečar (Serbian Cyrillic: Бојан Печар) (March 22, 1960, Belgrade - October 13, 1998, London) was a Yugoslav and Serbian musician, best known as bass player of the cult Yugoslav rock band Ekatarina Velika. Previously he was a member of the new wave group VIA Talas, who were featured on the Yugoslav new wave compilation album Artistička radna akcija. He died on October 13, 1998 in London, England, and was buried in Progar, outside Belgrade, Serbia. He is the one of many from the former Yugoslavia (like Vladimir Cvitan and Hrvoje Horvatic) who died at young age in London, but the cause of those deaths remains a mystery.


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With VIA Talas[edit]

With Katarina II / Ekatarina Velika[edit]

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