Arsen Dedić: Arsen’s works of art, poetical strides and musical talent (there are stories of him receiving his first compliment at the age of fifteen from Lovro Matačić, a famous conductor, who was a guest performer in Šibenik) indicated that there would be problems in terms of his future life choices.

Ivo Robić:During the 1950s he was our connection with the world of pop music. He was our jukebox man: he would sing whatever song you wished to hear! During those years, his records could have been your entire music collection. He recorded 62 large singles (78 rpms!) and three LP records that were – for those rare gramophone owners – a respectable collection.

Vice Vukov:During the time of the greatest popularity of pop music festivals (from the end of the 1950s to the beginning to the 1970s), Vice Vukov (Šibenik, August 3rd, 1936) was undoubtedly its greatest star. It would be difficult to list all of his successes in this limited space since his debut in Opatija ’59 to Zagreb ’71. He won the second place at the Intervision festival (eastern European equivalent of Eurovision). He also represented the former country twice at the Eurosong: in London in 1963 and in Napoli in 1965.

Issue Date: 04.07.2018, Designer: Ivana Vučić and Tomislav-Jurica Kaćunić both from Zagreb, Printer: AKD d.o.o. Zagreb Offset Printing, Colours: Multicolor, Size: 34,00 x 34,00 mm ,Values: 7.60 HRK x 3

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