Šaban Šaulić

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Šaban Šaulić
Birth name Šaban Šaulić
Born (1951-09-06) 6 September 1951 (age 63)
Šabac, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
Genres Pop-folk (Folk)
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1969–present
Labels PGP RTB, Jugodisk, Grand Production, Diskos, ZaM

Šaban Šaulić (born 6 September 1951) is a folk singer from Šabac, Serbia[1] who is successful throughout the whole of the former Yugoslavia and Bulgaria. He released his debut EP Dajte mi utjehu in 1969 when he was eighteen years old. In 1970, he served the mandatory Yugoslav army service in Bitola, now in the Republic of Macedonia. His wife Gordana, for whom he wrote and released a hit song for his 1985 album Kafanska noć, titled Gordana. Šaban Šaulić was one of the biggest-selling artists in Yugoslavia and still is among the top in former Yugoslavia. He has also recorded songs in Macedonian, including a remake of the classic hit Zajdi, zajdi, jasno sonce.

His mother Ilduza Demirović is from Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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