There are two (or more) musical projects called Broken Strings:

1. Broken Strings from Olympia, WA is the brainchild of Adam Croce, formerly of Tommy Lasorda/Los Rabbis, who recorded the entire Broken Strings LP as a form of rock’n’roll therapy after a period of hospitalization. After having been traded throughout the world on mixtapes and CDrs, ‘Broken Strings’ finally saw release on True Panther Sounds in 2008.

2. Broken Strings are a grunge/alternative rock band from Belgrade, Serbia, formed in 2001. The original band was unnamed and on their first band practice the only guitar they had broke some of its strings so the name stuck. Since then they have been constantly changing the lineup until it settled with the vocalist Bogdan Glogovac, Djordje Popovic and Nikola Zivanovic on guitars, Vladimir Mijalcic playing bass and Igor Kuzmanovic on drums. Since then, the bend was constantly rising in the Serbian underground rock scene getting attention for their energetic live performances and great lyrics which ultimately won them first place in the prestigious “Zajecarska gitarijada” competition in 2005.

Most of the time since then they spent recording their first album entitled “Svaki Trenutak Ostaje”, released in December, 2007. The final lineup change came after the album was recorded when the founding drummer Nenad Curcic returned from USA permanently and rejoined the band.

Edited by GypsyBeat on 14 Sep 2012, 18:41

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Band Members
  • Bogdan Glogovac   (2001 - )
  • Djordje Popovic   (2001 - )
  • Nikola Zivanovic   (2004 - )
  • Vladimir Mijalcic   (2002 - )
  • Igor Kuzmanovic   (2002 - 2007)
  • Nenad Curcic   (2001 - )
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