Goran Bregović is a recording artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is one of the internationally recognized modern musicians and composers of the Balkan Slavs and one of the few former Yugoslav musicians who has performed at major international venues such as Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall and 'Olympia. . A Sarajevo native, Bregović started out with Kodeksi and Jutro, but rose to prominence as the main creative mind and lead guitarist of Bijelo Dugme, widely regarded as one of the most popular recordings. and the most influential of the Yugoslav Socialist Federation. . After separating from Bijelo Dugme, he embarked on a number of critically and commercially successful projects and began composing the film. Among his most famous films are three by Emir Kusturica. With Time of the Gypsies, Bregović won the Golden Arena at the Pula Film Festival in 1990, among other accolades.
|Born||March 22, 1950, Sarajevo, PR Bosnia and Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia|
|Occupation||Musician, songwriter, composer, film score composer|
Internationally celebrated composer and musician who was the creative force behind rock band Bijelo Dugme. His first film score was for "Butterfly Cloud" from 1977.
He fled Bosnia and Herzegovina before the outbreak of the Bosnian War. He was noticed at a Beštije gig after a series of missteps and bad luck. He was invited to play bass in the band Kodeksi.
He became very involved with writing film music, including "Time of the Gypsies" from 1988 and "Arizona Dream" from 1993.
He was married to Dženana Sudžuka in 1993 and raised three children with her. He also had another daughter from an earlier relationship.
He collaborated with many other artists, including Cesária Évora and Iggy Pop.
Safet "Pape" Sušić is a Bosnian professional football coach and former player who recently managed Turkish club Akhisarspor.. Rock musicians from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Guitarists from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Musician of Sarajevo. Medal of the Star Karađorđe. Yugoslavian musician. Winner of the Golden Arena. World music award winner