Luka Veselinovic was born 1977. in Croatia, city of Rijeka. He now resides in Zagreb, which is the Croatian Capital. Luka is surrounded with music from his early age. His father is a musician and a guitarist in a commercial pop band “Opatijski Suveniri”. His grandmother was a classical piano teacher, who shared much musical influence with Luka as a child. He learned piano for 3 years when he was 6 years old but then he stopped. Luka was not initially intending to choose the musician life, as he began his studies of art history and painting on Faculty of Humanities and Social sciences in Rijeka . As he approached twenty one years of age and while yet still at college, Luka was motivated to further explore his passion for music. A Punk-rock band from Opatija by name “Ventili” had no bass player, so he picked up a bass and start to play new instrument. Soon after that he realized music is in his blood and started to show more interest for improvisational music and jazz. He decided to dig deeper into that direction, so he took private lessons with Croatian jazz bass Henry Radanovic and centered his focus toward music alone. He would then embrace the bass with no reserve and later upright bass too.
He moved to Zagreb to get more chances to play . He started a band “Labyrinth”, with Dalibor and Marko Matosevic, and in 2008 they recorded a jazz CD with original jazz compositions under the label of Dallas Records , with guest musicians Sasa Nestorovic, Matija Dedic and Kristian Terzic. With this band he performed on several Jazz festivals in Croatia. Soon began to perform professionally with many Croatian jazz musicians like, Kruno Levacic, Darko Jurkovic, Denis Razumovic, Borna Sercar, Oleg Kireyev Marko Lazaric, Branko Sterpin, Zvjezdan Ruzic, Joe and Lela Kaplowitz, Maja Savic, Vojkan Jocic, Simon Marlow,Nino Nimac, Adriano Bernobic….and others. In 2005 He joined a band with famed Croatian singer, Massimo Savic, where he collaborated with many others too for a seven year stint, like: Vasuda, Sharma, Nina Badric, Jacques Houdek, Ivo Gamulin Gianni, Ivana Kindl, Divas, Marko Tolja…. And played a part in recording with multiple pop, rock, instrumental and jazz projects, as a sideman with following artists: Marko Ramljak Band, Kristian Terzic Band, Labirynth Jazz Project, Detour, Massimo, Connect, Meritas, Franko Krajcar, Bruno Krajcar, Jadranka Stojakovic, “Pips Chips & Videoclips” and others.