Miloš Bojanić

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Miloš Bojanić
Birth name Miloš Bojanić
Born (1950-10-16) 16 October 1950 (age 63)
Bijeljina, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Genres Folk
Years active 1976–present
Notable instruments
Vocals

Miloš Bojanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Бојанић, born 16 October 1950) is a Serbian pop-folk singer, well-known in former Yugoslavia where he has maintained a popularity throughout his 30-year-career.

Personal life[edit]

Bojanić was born in Bijeljina, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia, and lived in Ruhotina, near Bijeljina. He moved to Serbia at a young age. He has homes in Novi Sad (where he lives),[1] Belgrade, and on the Montenegrin littoral.

His sons, Bane and Mikica, are singers as well. Bane lives in Chicago.

Reality television[edit]

He has also appeared in the second season of The Farm (TV series) in 2010 and he won the show, earning the prize of 100,000 euros.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Oba srca kucaju k'o jedno (1985)[3]
  • Zato što sam dobar bio (1986)
  • Miloš Bojanić (1988) with Orkestar Tomice Miljića
  • Miloš Bojanić (1988)
  • Imala si sreće (1989)
  • Volim te (1990)
  • Preboleću (1992)
  • Miloš Bojanić (1993)
  • Miloš Bojanić (1994)
  • Miloš Bojanić (1995)
  • Digi digi daj (1996)
  • Pade sneg na Đurđevdan (1997)
  • Prijatelj samoće (2000)
  • Još su žive one godine (2002)
  • 20 godina sa vama (2004)
  • Ajmo na noge (2006)

References[edit]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Milan Topalović
Farma winner
2010 (2nd season)
Succeeded by
Katarina Živković