Home / News / “Love In Rewind” – Dino Merlin to represent Bosnia & Herzegovina

“Love In Rewind” – Dino Merlin to represent Bosnia & Herzegovina

For the sixth time in a row, Bosnia & Herzegovina selected their entry internally, and the country’s representative in Eurovision 2011 will be no one less than Dino Merlin, one of the greatest and most popular artists in the Balkans, who made his first Eurovision appearance at the 1999 Contest in Jerusalem with the song “Putnici”, featuring Beatrice Poulot.

In Düsseldorf, Dino Merlin will be performing the self-penned song Love In Rewind. It’s Bosnia & Herzegovina’s 16th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest and it will be competing in the 2nd semi-final, at starting position #1.

Read more and check out the video clip…

For the sixth time in a row, Bosnia & Herzegovina selected their entry internally, and the country’s representative in Eurovision 2011 will be no one less than Dino Merlin, one of the greatest and most popular artists in the Balkans, who made his first Eurovision appearance at the 1999 Contest in Jerusalem with the song “Putnici”, featuring Beatrice Poulot.

In Düsseldorf, Dino Merlin will be performing the self-penned song Love In Rewind. It’s Bosnia & Herzegovina’s 16th entry to the Eurovision Song Contest and it will be competing in the 2nd semi-final, at starting position #1.

Check out the video clip:

About Dino Merlin

Born on September 12th, 1962 in Sarajevo, Dino Merlin is the most renowned songwriter from Bosnia & Herzegovina and indisputably one of the greatest and most popular music artists in the Balkans.

In 1983 Dino establishes the pop rock band Merlin for which he writes both music and lyrics while also being the band’s lead vocalist, thus becoming one of the most admired frontmen in former Yugoslavia. He sets off to start his solo career in 1991 going by the stage name Dino Merlin.

He has released ten studio albums (5 with the band Merlin and 5 solo albums) as well as several greatest hits editions and live concert recordings.

In 2000 Dino performed for the first time at Kosevo Olympic Stadium in Sarajevo in front of 80.000 spectators, as part of the tour surrounding his album Sredinom which was one of the best selling albums in Southeastern Europe in the last decade. He performed at the same venue again in 2004 and 2008.

Dino wrote the music and co-authored the lyrics for the first ever entry of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1993 at the ESC (Sva Bol Svijeta). In 1999, Dino represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in Jerusalem with his song Putnici featuring Beatrice Poulot. He ended up in seventh place.

Dino wrote the lyrics for the first official national anthem of Bosnia & Herzegovina titled Jedna Si Jedina. He lives and works in Sarajevo.

Check Also

ESC Radio Awards 2019 – the lines are open! June 1-10

http://awards.escradio.com The voting for the 2019 ESC Radio Awards has started – the 41 participants …

ESC Radio Awards 2019 – vote for your favourites June 1-10

It’s ESC Radio Awards time again! The 41 participants in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, held …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

 

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.