Marinko Rokvić

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Marinko Rokvić
Origin Bosanski Petrovac, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Genres Folk
Occupation(s) Musician
Years active 1974–present
Labels PGP, Diskos, Diskoton, Grand Production

Marinko Rokvić (Serbian Cyrillic: Маринко Роквић) is a Serbian folk singer, popular in former Yugoslavia and to a lesser degree in Bulgaria. He has made over 20 albums and also won the "Zlatni Melos"-award in 1993.

Life[edit]

Rokvić was born into an ethnic Serb family in Kolunić, near Bosanski Petrovac, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia (modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina). He studied electrical engineering.[1]

He is married to Slavica who is a nurse, and together they have two sons. One son, Nikola Rokvić, is also a recording artist (and appeared as a contestant in season 3 of Survivor Srbija), the second is Marko Rokvić and he is singer too.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Ruža (1981)
  • Jedna je želja moja (1982)
  • Potraži sunce (1983)
  • Kako da dođem na svadbu tvoju (1984)
  • Budi dobra do povratka moja (1985)
  • Čuvaj me od zaborava (1986)
  • I pijan i trezan (1986)
  • Bila si mi sve (1987)
  • Ljubav stara srce para (1988)
  • Sevdalinke (1988)
  • Da me nije srela (1989)
  • Posle tebe (1992)
  • Nismo mi anđeli (1993)
  • Zbogom ženo nevernice (1995)
  • Što nisi tuđa (1996)
  • Sunce i zora (1998)
  • Ti za ljubav nisi rođena (2000)
  • Pravo na ljubav (2001)
  • Skitnica (2003)
  • Gatara (2008)

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