How old is Oliver Dragojevic?

How old is Oliver Dragojevic?

70 years (1947–2018)
Oliver Dragojević/Age at death

Oliver Dragojevic, one of the most famous musicians and singers in the former Yugoslavia, has died at the age of 70. Dragojevic died early on July 29 in a hospital in the city of Split on Croatia’s Adriatic coast, the country’s media reported. He was diagnosed with lung cancer a year ago.

Where is Oliver Dragojevic from?

Split, Croatia
Oliver Dragojević/Place of birth

When did Oliver Dragojevic die?

July 29, 2018
Oliver Dragojević/Date of death

Where is Oliver Dragojevic buried?

August 1, 2018
Oliver Dragojević/Date of burial

What did Oliver Dragojevic die of?

Lung cancer
Oliver Dragojević/Cause of death
Dragojevic lost his one-year battle with lung cancer and passed away in hospital in Split at 5 am on Sunday, 29 July 2018. Dragojevic enjoyed a career spanning four decades and was considered one of the most iconic musical stars in Croatia and in the Croatian diaspora around the world.

Is Oliver Dragojevic alive?

Deceased (1947–2018)
Oliver Dragojević/Living or Deceased

Who is Oliver Dragojevic and what did he do?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Oliver Dragojević (pronounced [ǒliʋer drâɡojeʋitɕ]; 7 December 1947 – 29 July 2018) was a Croatian recording artist, who was considered one of the most enduring musical stars and cultural icons in Croatia with a discography that spanned nearly five decades.

Where was Oliver Dragojevic buried in Vela Luka?

The Croatian Government declared 31 July as the National Day of Condolences to honour him. The same day, over 10,000 people on Split waterfront terraced the coffin with his body to the catamaran for Vela Luka. Dragojević was buried at the Cemetery of St. Roko in Vela Luka, on 1 August.

When did Oliver Dragojevic release his first album?

“In Front of your Door”, released 24 November 2002 on Trag u beskraju ), “Cesarica” (from the album Sve najbolje, released 15 July 1994), “Pismo moja” and “Vjeruj u ljubav” (from the same-named album, released 1 January 1979 and as a rendition on 15 June 2009).

When did Oliver Dragojevic win the Dora Award?

He participated in the Dora 1995 again with “Boginja” (Goddess), finishing second, and in the Dora 1997 with “Lucija”, finishing eight. For his album made with long-term collaborator Zlatan Stipišić Gibonni, Familija ( Family ), they were awarded a Porin Award for Album of the Year in 2017.

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