Kićo Slabinac

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Krunoslav "Kićo" Slabinac (born 28 March 1944 in Osijek) is a Croatian pop singer. His specialties are the songs nowadays inspired by folk music of Slavonia region of Croatia, and the uses of traditional instruments such as the tamburica. He has performed at the Split Festival on several occasions.

Kićo represented Yugoslavia at the Eurovision Song Contest 1971. His song "Letaj mi" became an evergreen in Macedonia,[1] particularly because it was sung in Macedonian on the festival "MakFest" in 1989.

Discography[edit]

  • 1971 - Tvoj dječak je tužan
  • 1975 - Hej bećari
  • 1978 - Pusti noćas svoje kose
  • 1979 - Seoska sam lola
  • 1984 - Krunoslav Slabinac
  • 1984 - Christmas with Kićo
  • 1985 - Stani suzo
  • 1986 - Dal' se sjećaš
  • 1987 - Oj, garava, garava
  • 1988 - Tiho, tiho uspomeno
  • 1991 - Za tebe
  • 1995 - Ako zora ne svane
  • 1995 - Sve najbolje
  • 2006 - Zlatna kolekcija

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edinaeset casovi se borea lekari za mojot zivot[dead link], an interview with Kico Slabinac in Macedonian.
Preceded by
Eva Sršen
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
1971
Succeeded by
Tereza Kesovija

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