In the summer of , Novi ambasadori scored a month-long gig with Indexi in Dubrovnik , which was their first tour-like experience. He then lived in Zagreb for five years. Retrieved from ” https: After the Belgrade concert, the measure of his sudden fame was on public display during autograph-signing at the Jugoton store as the cordon of girls rushed the store, breaking window glass in attempt to get closer to him. His first significant public singing experience occurred in , when he spent some time at the Montenegrin coast for the Republic Day. Popular Music and Human Rights.
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October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Due to numerous complaints, the song was taken off radio playlists. Retrieved 11 November By the end of its promotion cycle, the album sold more thancopies and with later re-releases during the s went over the million mark.
Slobodna Dalmacija in Croatian. At the outbreak of Bosnian war he moved to Belgrade and has lived there ever since.
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He then lived in Zagreb for five years. At one point he ran a meter dash in Then came the first big break that launched him on the road to stardom.
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This page was last edited on 3 January collic, at No one from the festival noticed this plagiarism and the band avoided the controversy. However, his stint hocu Korni grupa ultimately proved to be very short and largely unsuccessful as he never meshed well enough with the rest of the group musically, finding it hard to fit into their progressive rock pjecam.
He won second prize singing ” Lady Madonna ” by The Beatles. His first love was Milena Mijatovic from Belgrade. His first significant public singing experience occurred inwhen he spent some time at the Montenegrin coast for the Republic Day.
In Octoberhe opened the Zdravko colic pjevam danju pjevam nocu Arena with two concerts. In other projects Wikimedia Nnocu. Among them, arguably the most beloved is the Bosnian-born Zdravko Colic b. On 1 Aprilhe started an ambitious tour of SFR Yugoslavia with Lokice dance group in support of the album that had already soldcopies.
Around the same time he also signed a deal with the German arm of WEA record label and did two singles for that market. This engagement didn’t last, however, because around the time he graduated high school inhe moved to the more established Ambasadoria band whose two incarnations he’d end up staying with for cklic two and a half years.
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Views Read Edit View history. The fifty-seven-year-old singer, who started out as a balladeer in the early s, could perhaps best be described as Serbia’s version of Tom Jones. His first solo album was Ti i ja You and Ireleased pjrvam by Jugoton. Culture and customs of Serbia and Montenegro. The song placed poorly, but became a massive hit at home. He has said that he “has in some way stayed a citizen of the former country Yugoslaviabut til’ today haven’t stopped feeling as a Sarajlija Sarajevan “.
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Over time, the group started getting more gig offers, which presented a problem since its army part was not available for many of them and those offers had to be declined. After the Belgrade concert, the measure of his sudden fame was daanju public display during autograph-signing at the Jugoton store as the cordon of girls rushed the store, breaking window glass in attempt to get closer to him.
This article includes a list of referencesbut its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient zdravlo citations. His biggest concert to date, it celebrated his year career. He lived in Slovenia inthen lived in Zagreb for five years.