Remember about Emina Jahovic?? she is the popular Serbian singer, and now we have another great balkan girls, she is Vesna Pisarovic, she was known as Croatian pop singer, who was born in Brčko, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia and grew up in Požega, Croatia, on April 9, 1978
Pisarović was born in Brčko, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia and grew up in Požega, Croatia, a part of the same country until she was 14. From her earliest childhood she attended a music school, where she played the flute, sang in choirs and participated in various music contests.
Vesna Pisarovic was born on April 9th 1978 in Brcko. It’s with Milana’s version of a well-known song of Laura Pausini, named after the original - “Non che”, that Vesna won a wide audience and started to perform on numerous festivals. She won the best-début reward on a variety festival “The Melodies of the Croatian Adriatic” (Melodije Hrvatskog Jadrana) in 2000 in Split, as well as the reward for the best vocal interpretation on Zagrebfest. In 2001 Vesna released her second album “Za tebe stvorena” and crowned her success by winning the first place on Dora – the Croatian contest for Eurosong. The audience and critics have described the young and talented singer from Pozega as an attractive, sexy and – first of all – interesting novelty on the Croatian pop music scene. In 2002 Vesna released her third album “Kao da je vrijeme”.