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Popa Sapka


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Formed in spring of 2009 in Timisoara, Romania, Popa Sapka quickly became the favorites of their hometown parties. Soon enough they’ve hit the road to conquer hearts, souls and ears of music lovers in every reachable city. And everywhere they go, people fall for Popa Sapka’s catchy melodies, danceable beats and stirring instrumentation, and can’t resist dancing and singing along.
The music of Popa Sapka, heavily influenced by balkanic melodies and rhythms, is a mix of ska, pop, punk, gipsy, reggae, folk and last but not least, the traditional music of „mother Russia”. They’ve named this world music mixture „Balkan Pop-Ska”.

Their lyrics’ style, originated from the band’s multicultural background, present a twisted mix of English, Russian, Romanian and Gagauzian languages. And their songs’ light-heartedness and sincerity is what makes Popa Sapka appealing to everyone, regardless of age, height, weight, hair and eye color.

Popa Sapka is:
Dima Bodarev - vocals, accordion
Mircea Radu - guitar, balalaika
Dani - bass
Vologhea - keyboards and special FX
Baba - drums and percussion


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  • Dekkul

    For a city that gave birth to Phoenix and Negura Bunget, Popa Sapka is...below average.

    25 Mar 9:29pm Reply
  • haihui23

    Great band! We want you back to Rocker's Festival @Garnic, Romania

    18 Jun 2013 Reply
  • debelan

    Great concert in Sofia guys, come again soon :)

    4 Apr 2012 Reply
  • twistedpg

    I virtually beg you to make more songs!!! You're awsome, but I can't listen to five songs all over again! No, wait, it seems that I can. But, anyway, make them more, mooooore! And come to Serbia!

    16 Mar 2012 Reply
  • NiGhtPiSH

    Awesome mood in their music :)

    9 May 2011 Reply
  • primitywolek

    greetings from POLAND:) my friends;)

    2 Apr 2011 Reply

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