In 1997, while performing at the Croatian festival Zadarfest, she met Milana Vlaović. Vlaović started to write songs for Vesna. In 2002 Vesna Pisarović won the annual Dora festival, the event that determines Croatia's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. Her song "Everything I Want" placed 11th in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2002. Many traditional fans were disappointed that Pisarović became the first ever Croatian based performer (including dozens down the generations representing Yugoslavia) to perform her entire song in English rather than the local language as the Southern Slavic states have been known to do, even in the 21st century. She wrote the song "In the Disco" which represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Eurovision Song Contest 2004. She released 5 solo albums, "Da znaš" in 2000, "Za tebe stvorena" in 2001, "Kao da je vrijeme" in 2002, "Pjesma mi je sve" in 2003 and "Peti" in 2005. In 2003.
a "Best Of" compilation album was released. In 2012 she released a jazz and improvised music album with a band called "With Suspicious Minds", a musical project devoted to Elvis Presley. 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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