Alka Vuica

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Alka Vuica
Born (1961-06-08) 8 June 1961 (age 58)
Years active1980–present

Alka Vuica (pronounced [âːlka ʋûitsa]; born 8 June 1961 in Pula, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Croatian singer and songwriter. Her musical style can be described as a mixture of pop and local folk.

Alka started writing songs at the age of 12, when she was madly in love with Winetou. She arrived in Zagreb at the end of 1970s with aspiritions of studying special education. Thanks to meeting Adi Karaselimović who was a drummer of a band Srebrna Krila she was introduced with composer Đorđe Novković, manager Vladimir Mihaljek and most importantly Goran Bregović.[1]

In 1980s she worked as a journalist. She even did an interview with Goran Bregović. With time she has established herself as a prolific songwriter, especially after writing for Josipa Lisac.[1] For Josipa, Alka wrote "Gdje Dunav Ljubi nebo", "Danas Sam Luda", "Kraljica Divljine", "Moja Magija" and an entire album “Hoću samo tebe” which was released in 1983.[2]

In 1988, at the height of the popularity she met an artist Vuk Veličković, with whom she didn't remain in a relationship but are still close friends. They have a son called Arian.[1]

Vuica entered the Croatian presidential election, 2009–2010. On October 26, 2009 the Green List of Croatia announced they were supporting her bid for president.[3] Because of non suficient votes, she fell out of race and also noted that 835 votes were stolen from her in Trogir.[4]






Year Title Role
2000 Is It Clear, My Friend? Pevaljka


Year Title Role
2006 Nad lipom 35 Herself
2007 Naša mala klinika Nada Čokolada
2008 Bitange i princeze Celebrity
2014 Magacin Kabare Show Gangsterica
2015 Nemoj nikome reći Emanuela's mother



  1. ^ a b c "Sve ljubavi Alke Vuice". 19 June 2004. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Alka Vuica napisala još jednu pjesmu za Josipu Lisac". Radio Dalmacija. 9 September 2015. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  3. ^ "ZELENA LISTA Alka Vuica objavila predsjedničku kandidaturu: Odstupite s vlasti!". Slobodna Dalmacija. 5 November 2009. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Alka odustala od kandidature: Nisam se htjela baviti kriminalnim radnjama". 17 November 2009. Retrieved 17 March 2019.

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