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Vladimir Savčić (born 6 June 1948 in Niš, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia - died 20 March 2009 in Belgrade, Serbia) was a Serbian singer. Widely known as Čobi (after Chubby Checker), he was most prominent as the singer of a popular band Pro arte during the late 1960s and 1970s. He's had a long career in music both before and after.
Born in the family of a Yugoslav People's Army officer from Sokolac, young Vladimir moved around Yugoslavia a lot wherever it was that his father was stationed. The family eventually settled in Sarajevo.
- Preminuo Vladimir Savčić Čobi, B92, March 21, 2009 (Serbian)
- Juče preminuo pevač Vladimir Savčić Čobi - Pop legenda bivše Juge, Blic, March 21, 2009 (Serbian)
|Awards and achievements|
|Pjesma Mediterana winner
(with Mima Karadžić)