Bosnia & Herzegovina
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.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, a small nation with a glorious history at Eurovision, did not enter the 2013 contest. But state broadcaster BHRT has revealed that it is “hopeful to return” in 2014.
Vebooboo: Eurovision fans are fickle, and we operate on a supply-demand basis. Unfortunately for Maya Sar, there are way too many pretty girl singing slow songs this year. And I don’t need an MBA to know that too much supply means too little demand. Girl is not going to make the Finals unless her neighbouring […]
The Wiwi Jury—our international panel of music unprofessionals—headed to Bosnia and Herzegovina this morning to review Maya Sar’s “Korake Ti Znam.” The first time we saw “korake” we thought it was Bosnian for “karaoke.” Not a good sign, people. Read on to see what we made of Sarajevo’s entry.