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Grupa Regina

Grupa Regina

Grupa Regina


Grupa Regina is a Bosnian rock band from Sarajevo, formed in 1990. Three of the members, Aleksandar, Bojan and Denis, started a garage band. It was hard for them to find the right lead singer, but after a long while of searching, they found Davor Ebner. Once the band Regina was created, they had success all over Yugoslavia. Their songs are inspired by the Irish band U2. The composer of the group is Aleksandar Čović. When the war had started in Bosnia and Herzegovina Read more on Last.fm
Grupa Regina is a Bosnian rock band from Sarajevo, formed in 1990. Three of the members, Aleksandar, Bojan and Denis, started a garage band. It was hard for them to find the right lead singer, but after a long while of searching, they found Davor Ebner. Once the band Regina was created, they had success all over Yugoslavia. Their songs are inspired by the Irish band U2.

The composer of the group is Aleksandar Čović. When the war had started in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serb members fled from Sarajevo to Belgrade, Serbia, where Regina continued their carrier, until 2000, when Aleksandar started his solo career just like Aco Regina. Then in 2006, the band reunited with the original members and showed up on a Serbian radio festival organized by Radio S. They released the album "Sve mogu ja" (I can do it all), which became a big hit and marked the return of the group to the local music scene. On May 16, 2009, they performed in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, with the song called Bistra voda (Clear Water). The song went on to compete in the Eurovision final on May 16 after winning one of ten places from the first semi-final, eventually finishing in 9th place (with 106 points). In the June 2009, Regina released their album Vrijeme je (It's Time), featuring the songs Vrijeme je, Bježi dok sam mlad and Zvaću te pile moje.

It also features English and Russian versions of Bistra Voda. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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