Ana Popović (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Поповић, born May 13, 1976 in Belgrade) is a Memphis, Tennessee-based Serbian blues guitarist and singer.
In 1995, she formed the band Hush with Rade Popović (guitar, vocals), Milan Sarić (bass guitar) and Bojan Ivković (drums). Hush performed rhythm and blues, but also incorporated elements of funk and soul into their sound. The band had their first performance in the club Vox in Belgrade. During 1996, Hush performed across FR Yugoslavia, also performing in Greece. Thanks to their performance at the Marsoni Blues Festival in Senta, Hush got the invitation to perform at the Fifth International Blues, Jazz, Rock and Gastronomic Festival in Hungary. A part of their performance was released on a live album which featured recordings from the festival. In 1996, Popović played slide guitar on Piloti album Dan koji prolazi zauvek (The Day that Is Passing Forever).
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Navajo moon – Live Paris 2015
House burning down – (Jimy Hendrix cover)
Mo’ Better Love
Blues For M
Cahors Blues Festival 2015
Object of Obsession
One Room Country Shack
Can’t You See What You’re Doing To Me
She was a Doorman
“Don’t Bear Down on Me” / “Sitting on top of the World
• Ana’s Shuffle • 3/26/17 – Blast Furnace Blues – Bethlehem, PA