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19 March 1976 |
Split, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia (today Croatia)
|Spouse(s)||Danijela Martinović (partner)|
Petar Grašo (born 19 March 1976) is a Croatian pop singer and songwriter. Born in Split father Zoran Grašo, he gained prominence when Oliver Dragojević performed one of his first songs "Boginja" on the Dora contest in 1995. Since then, he has collaborated greatly with Oliver, and has also worked with Doris Dragović, Danijela Martinović, Tonči Huljić and Lepa Brena.
In 1996, he won the Zadarfest music festival in Zadar with his song "Trebam nekoga", which promulgated him to wide fame. He placed second in Dora 1997, Croatia's qualifying competition for Eurovision Song Contest 1997. Today, he is one of the most popular male pop singers in Croatia, and is also well known in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, and Macedonia.
- Utorak (1996)
- Mjesec iznad oblaka (1997)
- Šporke riči (2003)
- Best of Petar Grašo Uvertira 1995. - 2005. (2007)