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Ana Rucner Enjoys Brass Knuckles In Dubrovnik

Well known Croatian cello instrumentalist Ana Rucner and acclaimed architect Alan Plestina joined hundreds of fans of Miami electro-pop attraction Brass Knuckles at Culture Club Revelin in Dubrovnik on Friday night.

Alan Plestina and Ana Rucner

The electronic dance music trio, consisting of Danny D’Brito, Tony Livadas, and Anthony Pisano, have played at a number of music festivals this year, including Life In Color, Sunset Music Festival,and Ultra Europe, and on Friday night played to a packed Culture Club Revelin.

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