Monday, February 16, 2009

90's Kutaisi

In Georgian Rock history of 90's Kutaisi was one of the important city of Georgia, there were many rock, punk rock and hard rock bands there. Lots of them are still performing, some of them even moved to Tbilisi, but many of other cool bands were collapsed due to unknown problems.
These are several bands which were performing punk-rock during 90’s unfortunately we could not get more info about them. it very hard to gether anykind of information but we hope in future we will find more information about this bands.

Best History

Performance: Punk - Rock
One of the famous band in Kutaisi had performed many gigs in Kutaisi and Tbilisi in 90’s

Band:
George Khonelidze – Vocal
Nikusha Swanidze – Rhythm guitar
Zviad Sakandelidze – Solo guitar
Chee - Bass
Zaal Sakandelidze – Drums



Arceopter X
(Later the band name has changed to "Juan Pablo Tatoia")


Performance: Punk - Rock

Band:
Tato Grdzelidze – Vocal, Guitar
Levan Khonelidze - Bass
Berdia Bregadze - Drums





Shavi Gvino (means Black Wine in Georgian)

Performance:
Punk - Rock

Band:
Goga Babuadze - Vocal
Otiko Lomtadze – Lead guitar
David Chogovadze – Rhythm Guitar
Malkhaz Chachua - Bass
Irakli Kotoreishvili - Drum





Goga Zhorzholadze

Performance:
Punk - Rock
one of the pioneer of Kutaisian Punk-Rock, has performed with many different musicians such as Robi kukhianidze (Outsider), Chee (Best History) etc.



Baju
Baju is also one of the important figure of Kutaisian rock music, he moved to Tbilisi in 2000 and started to perform Electronic music. The project named "Baju" he was one of the participant of Electronic music festival "Electronauts 2007".

3 comments:

  1. I think that this kind of music is really cool , I can say that the punk-rock is my favorite kind of music!!22dd

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  2. Arceopter X has been one of the greastest punk rock bands in the world since this musical genre was invented. I loved their songs, they were totally different to another bands of the epoch.

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  3. These are some great bands!

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