Cune Gojković

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Predrag Gojković Cune
Birth name Predrag Gojković
Also known as Cune
Born (1932-11-06) 6 November 1932 (age 84)
Kragujevac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Genres Traditional, Pop-folk, Folk
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1949–2015

Predrag "Cune" Gojković (Serbian Cyrillic: Предраг Гојковић Цуне; born 6 November 1932) is a Serbian singer with a career spanning over five decades.[1]

He performed in the late 1950s with Silvana Armenulić and an orchestra[2] and even recorded an extended play with her, which was released on 6 July 1973. The album featured two songs: "Gdje si da si moj golube" and "Kad u jesen lišće žuti".

By the early 2010s, Gojković began scaling back his performing schedule. In July 2010 he said: "Performance anxiety is something I still have in abundance. I rarely sing and since the voice needs constant training, I'm simply not able to maintain the level that the audience is used to from me. Anxiety affects the quality of your voice, but my experience helps me overcome it".[3] In November 2011, he added: "I want to calm down. I wish for my career to simply fade out without much spectacle".[3]

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