Zdravko Colic, who represented Yugoslavian at Eurovision in 1973 ,is getting groovier than ever as he prepares to release his 14th studio album “Barut i vatra” (Gunpowder and fire). Its most successful single “Sto ti dadoh” (What I gave to you) was filmed two weeks ago.
Bosnia & Herzegovina
BHRT, the state broadcaster of Bosnia & Herzegovina, has officially confirmed that it will not #JoinUs in Copenhagen for Eurovision 2014.
We love a good Eurovision cover–and so do the contestants on the X Factor. You’ve seen a Ukrainian give Loreen a go, and also a Romanian. Now it’s time for X Factor Adria contestant Lukijan Ivanovic. The singer, who hails from Bosnia & Herzegovina, recently took on Loreen’s Melodifestivalen entry “My Heart is Refusing Me”.
Last December Bosnia & Herzegovina’s state broadcaster BHRT shocked Eurovision fans when it decided not to participate in Eurovision 2013. In recent months fan web sites have stirred hope of a possible comeback, but the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina at Eurovision doesn’t look so bright.
Maya Sar, the last singer to represent Bosnia and Herzegovina at Eurovision, has dropped a new single called “O meni nikom ne pricaj” (Don’t talk to anyone about me). It’s the fourth single to be given a video release from her latest album Krive rijeci.
Zeljko Joksimovic, who placed second at Eurovision 2004 and third at Eurovision 2012, will be a judge on X Factor Adria. The Balkan version of the show sees people from Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina and FYR Macedonia sing their hearts out to win €200,000, an album, two music videos and marketing support in the four respective […]
The Eurovision rumour mill is churning, and word has it that Hari Mata Hari may return to Eurovision in 2014.