Milo Hrnić

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Milo Hrnić
Born (1950-02-03) 3 February 1950 (age 70)
Dubrovnik, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
(now Croatia)
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • politician
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1980–present
Associated acts

Milo Hrnić (born 3 February 1950) is a Croatian pop singer. His performances characterised by emotional intensity and frequent crowd interactions,[1] his resonant and forceful baritone and distinct brand of poetic lyrics have proclaimed him as one of the most commercially and critically successful Croatian pop singers.[2] Alongside Tereza Kesovija, he was pronounced "the singer of the century" in his native Dubrovnik.[3]

He won the Split Festival three times: in 1982 with "Vrati se", in 1983 with "Dalmacijo, ljubav si vječna" and in 1987 with "Dobra večer prijatelji".

Political activity[edit]

Hrnić is a member of Dubrovnik's city council, originally with the Croatian People's Party (HNS), but now as an independent.

Discography[edit]

  • 1980 – Milo
  • 1981 – Samo ti
  • 1982 – Lutaj pjesmo moja
  • 1983 – Potraži me
  • 1984 – Zagrli me jače
  • 1985 – S tobom sam jači
  • 1987 – Pozovi me
  • 1988 – Ja neću takav život
  • 1989 – Tvoja mati je legla da spava
  • 1990 – Sad sam opet svoj na svome
  • 1992 – Biser Hrvatski
  • 1993 – 20 mojih uspjeha
  • 1994 – Na kominu moga ćaće
  • 1997 – Sve me tebi zove
  • 1999 – Vrijeme ljubavi
  • 2007 – Zlatna kolekcija
  • 2008 – Za sva vremena

References[edit]

  1. ^ Milo Hrnic Izgubio je Dubrovnik dobrog i dragog prijatelja
  2. ^ Milo MILO HRNIĆ INTIMNA ISPOVIJEST GLAZBENE LEGENDE Otkrio da bi se vrlo rado riješio svog zaštitnog znaka, ali ne smije, progovorio i o najtežim životnim trenucima at Jutarnji.hr
  3. ^ "Tereza Kesovija: Moj dom je letalo". RTV Slovenija (in Slovenian). 3 March 2009. Retrieved 1 August 2012.

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