|Birth Day:||May 31, 1969|
Croatian pop singer who has become one of the most popular singers in Croatia after releasing numerous albums since 1990.
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Tony Cetinski started singing at 15 years old in multiple local music groups and eventually moved from Rovinj to Zagreb to pursue a singing career in 1991.
Born into a family of musicians in Pula (then SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia), Cetinski began singing when he was 15 years old with various local groups. He moved from Rovinj to Zagreb in 1991 to start his career, and quickly became one of Croatia's leading pop stars. In 1994 he represented Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Nek' ti bude ljubav sva". In 2003 Tony released his eighth studio album "A sada" with 14 tracks: "Blago onom tko te ima", "Moje sve", "Ostani zauvijek", "Sve bih opet", "Rijeka ljubavi", "Daj mi sve", "Zauvijek", "Nebo iznad nas", "Zvijezda", "Sve svoje snove", "Iz dana u dan", "Ti", "Reci da li znaš" and "O sole mio".
At the 10th Croatian Radio Festival in 2006, Cetinski won all three prizes in pop-rock category: HRF Grand Prix – pop-rock, Listener's award and Music Editors award. He also recorded the song "Lagala nas mala" as a duet with the late Toše Proeski. This song appears on both of Toše Proeski's 2005 albums Po tebe and the Croatian edition Pratim te. The song was also done as a remix by DeeJay Time.
In 2009 Cetinski won the Porin award for best male vocal performance with his song "Ako to se zove ljubav". Cetinski sold out two concerts in Arena Zagreb the same year with more than 30,000 people attending.
Currently, Tony Cetinski is 53 years, 8 months and 5 days old. Tony Cetinski will celebrate 54th birthday on a Wednesday 31st of May 2023.
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