Ivo Fabijan

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Ivo Fabijan
Born Ivo Mrvelj
(1950-08-25)25 August 1950
Vrbovac, Odžak, SFR Yugoslavia
Died 16 July 2006(2006-07-16) (aged 55)
Zagreb, Croatia
Occupation Singer
Years active 1974–2006[1]

Ivo Fabijan (born Andrija Ivo Mrvelj)[2] (25 August 1950 in Vrbovac, Odžak, Bosnia and Herzegovina – 16 July 2006 in Zagreb, Croatia), was a Croatian musician, singer and composer, and produced pop music and patriotic songs.

Fabijan is well known for singing patriotic Croatia music beginning in the early 1980s, when Croatia was still part of communist Yugoslavia and was active musically through the Croatian War of Independence. His origin is from Posusje.

Discography[edit]

  • Ja sam takav čovjek (Croatia Records, 2000)[3]

Selected singles[edit]

  • "Otvori, Marija, vrata"
  • "Nemojte mi spominjati nju"
  • "Kad sklopim oči, ja Hrvatsku sanjam"
  • "Hercegovino"
  • "Od Duvna do Međugorja"
  • "Zov Hercegovine"
  • "Himna Posusje"
  • "Kreni Gardo"
  • "Moj stric je bio Ustaša"

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