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Dino Merlin is the most renowned singer/songwriter of Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the greatest and most popular music artists in the Balkans. Among his other record-breaking successes he is the only performer ever to have filled to capacity the Koševo Stadium in Sarajevo four times in a row (with his “Middle Way”, “Burek”, “Starting Anew” and “Hotel National” tours in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2015 respectively) and the Belgrade Kombank Arena five times: three nights in a row in 2011 (25, 26, 27 November 2011) and twice in 2015 (25 and 26 October 2015). These performances are considered to be the most significant post-war music events in the region of the former Yugoslavia.

In 1983 he established the pop rock band Merlin, for which he wrote both music and lyrics as well as being the band’s lead vocalist, becoming one of the most admired frontmen in the former Yugoslavia. He started his solo career in 1991 under the stage name Dino Merlin. He has written around 150 songs, many of which are considered classics, and are among the most popular songs in the region.

Dino has represented his country three times in the Eurovision Song Contest and throughout his career Dino has collaborated with many internationally acclaimed artists, including Cat Stevens (UK), Mustafa Sandal (Turkey), Lutvi Bošnjak (Tunis), Edo Zanki (Germany), Arjinder (UK), Gani Tamir (Israel), Kempa Orchestra and Hüsnü Senlendirici (Turkey) as well as some of the biggest stars of the region, including Zdravko Čolić, Goran Bregović, and others.

Dino Merlin’s latest album Hotel Nacional was featured upon release in the top 10 of the Billboard World Albums list.

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