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Boro Drljaca


Known for such albums as Jugosloven (The Yugoslav) and Ne Dam Krajine (I’LL Not QUIT Krajina), this well-known Serbian musician became well-known for his work in the folk genre. Between 1973 and 2007, he released twenty-five albums. He documented his 1st folk recording, Sarajevo Divno Mesto (Sarajevo, Lovely Place) in 1973; another documenting, Za Ljubav Tvoju (FOR THE Love), adopted a year later on. Through the Yugoslav Wars from the 1990s, his music profession experienced. Because he was a Bosnian-born Serb, neither Bosnian nor Serbian channels would play his music. Given birth to in the Indie Condition of Croatia (modern-day Bosnia-Herzegovina) to Serbian parents Branko and Stoja Drljaca, he was raised in the town of Donja Suvaja. He later on married, experienced two sons, and resolved in Belgrade, Serbia. He and Serbian celebrity and fellow folk vocalist Olivera Vuco had been both born in the beginning of the World Battle II era.

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Full Name Boro Drljača
Date Of Birth August 29, 1941
Place Of Birth Donja Suvaja, Bosnia And Herzegovina
Profession Folk Singer
Nationality Bosnian
Parents Stoja Drljaca, Branko Drljaca
Star Sign Virgo

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