Ceca Raznatovic - Usce Live 2006: A Legendary Concert
Ceca Raznatovic is one of the most popular and influential singers in the Balkans. She has a loyal fan base that spans across different countries and generations. Her music is a blend of folk, pop, and turbo-folk genres, with catchy melodies and emotional lyrics.
One of her most memorable performances was the Usce Live 2006 concert, which took place on June 17, 2006, at the UÅÄe park in Belgrade, Serbia. The concert was attended by more than 150,000 people, making it one of the largest concerts in Europe at the time. The concert was also broadcast live on several TV stations and radio stations in Serbia and neighboring countries.
The concert featured 28 songs from Ceca's rich discography, spanning from her debut album Cvetak zanovetak (1988) to her latest album at the time, Idealno loÅa (2006). Some of the most popular songs that she performed were \"Kukavica\", \"Beograd\", \"Crveno\", \"Lepi grome moj\", \"Trula viÅnja\", \"Zabranjeni grad\", and \"Pile\". The concert also included guest appearances by other singers such as Aca Lukas, Åeljko SamardÅiÄ, and Åeljko JoksimoviÄ.
The concert was a huge success and received positive reviews from critics and fans alike. It was praised for its spectacular production, sound quality, stage design, lighting effects, and Ceca's charisma and energy. The concert was also seen as a symbol of Ceca's comeback after her personal and legal troubles in the previous years.
The concert was later released as a DVD and a CD album, which sold more than 100,000 copies each. The DVD also included behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, and a documentary about Ceca's life and career. The concert remains one of the most iconic events in Ceca's history and in the history of Serbian music.Ceca's life and career have been marked by many controversies and challenges. She was married to Åeljko \"Arkan\" RaÅnatoviÄ, a notorious warlord and criminal who was assassinated in 2000. She was also arrested and charged with illegal possession of firearms and embezzlement of funds from her late husband's football club ObiliÄ. She spent four months in prison and was later released on bail. She was eventually sentenced to one year of house arrest and ordered to pay a fine of 1.5 million euros. [^1^] [^2^]
Despite these difficulties, Ceca has continued to release successful albums and perform in front of large audiences. Some of her most acclaimed albums include Decenija (2001), London MIX (2005), Idealno loÅa (2006), Ljubav Åivi (2011), Poziv (2013), and Autogram (2016). She has also collaborated with other artists such as Aca Lukas, Åeljko JoksimoviÄ, Lepa Brena, Sasa Matic, and Tropico Band. [^1^] [^3^]
Ceca is widely regarded as a pop culture icon and a symbol of Serbian nationalism. She has received numerous awards and honors for her music, such as Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa, Zlatna Åirafa Oscar of Popularity, Golden Melody Award, Golden Ladybug of Popularity, Beovizija Award, Golden Star Award, and Golden Palm Award. She has also been named as one of the most influential women in Serbia by various magazines and media outlets. [^1^] [^4^]
Ceca is also involved in humanitarian and charitable causes. She has donated money and goods to various organizations and institutions, such as the Serbian Red Cross, the Children's Hospital in TirÅova Street, the Special Hospital for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Neurology in Belgrade, the Association of Parents of Children with Cancer NURDOR, and the Foundation \"PodrÅi Åivot\". She has also supported the families of fallen soldiers and police officers during the wars in Yugoslavia and Kosovo. [^1^] 0efd9a6b88