|Origin||Zadar, Croatia, Yugoslavia|
|Past members||Emilija Kokić|
After forming in 1986, the band appeared on Zagrebfest 1988. Their song "Rock Me" won the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 in Switzerland, with a score of 137 points. According to author John Kennedy O'Connor in The Eurovision Song Contest – The Official History it was an unexpected win. The band proved sceptics wrong, bringing the first and only victory for Yugoslavia. The contest was organised in Novi Sad by TV Zagreb, representing Yugoslav Radio Television, in 1990. The group members parted ways in 1991.
- Emilija Kokić (vocals)
- Dalibor Musap (keyboards, vocals, founder and leader)
- Nenad Nakić (bass, vocals)
- Zvonimir Zrilić (guitar, vocals)
- Boško Colić (drums)
- Aleksandra Kalafatović (keyboards)
- Dalibor Musap's official website (establisher and leader of the group RIVA)
- Emilija Kokić's official website
|Awards and achievements|
with "Ne partez pas sans moi"
| Winner of the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Insieme: 1992"
| Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
with "Hajde da ludujemo"
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