Nikola Šarčević

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Nikola Šarčević
Nikola Šarčević at Conventum,
Örebro, Sweden, 12 April 2008.
Background information
Birth name Nikola Šarčević
Born (1974-07-09) 9 July 1974 (age 41)
Örebro, Sweden
Genres Punk rock, pop punk, alternative rock, folk rock, folk, pop
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, singer
Instruments Vocals, bass, guitar, piano, keyboards, harmonica, percussion
Labels Burning Heart, Epitaph, Stalemate Music
Associated acts Millencolin

Nikola Šarčević (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Шарчевић; born 9 July 1974, Örebro) is a Swedish musician. He is the bassist, vocalist, and primary songwriter for the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin. He lives in Gothenburg with his wife Lisa, and three daughters.

Lock-Sport-Krock was Šarčević's first solo album. The title comes from the name of an imaginary football team that he and his brother pretended to play in when they were young. His solo work is mostly composed of Folk Rock and Country Music. On 20 April 2003, the band cancelled their US Tour after Nikola reported the disappearance of his brother, Miodrag Šarčević.[1] Miodrag was never found.[citation needed]

Nikola was listed as one of the "World's Sexiest Vegetarians" in 2008 and 2009, despite the fact that Nikola claims he is not a vegetarian.[2] Šarčević's second solo album, Roll Roll and Flee, was released on 23 October 2006.

On 2 December 2009, Šarčević announced on his official Facebook page that he would release his third solo record "Nikola & Fattiglapparna" in 2010.[3] The 11-song album was his first release to be recorded entirely in Swedish. In 2010 it was released through his own label Stalemate Music.[citation needed]


with Millencolin

as a solo artist

as a guest


  1. ^ "MILLENCOLIN Singer's Brother Goes Missing, Band Cancel U.S. Tour". BlabberMouth. 
  2. ^ The 2008 World's Sexiest Vegetarians Are,; accessed 8 December 2015.
  3. ^ "Niet compatibele browser". Facebook. Retrieved 26 March 2010. 

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