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Balkan megastar Dino Merlin is one of the best-known and most renowned music artists in South-Eastern Europe. Moreover, he is known for his charismatic stage presence, with which Dino Merlin will thrill his fans on 10th December 2022 in the Wiener Stadthalle!
Dino's last album "Hotel Nacional" was in the Top 10 of the Billboard World Albums Chart upon its release and the subsequent world tour was attended by almost one million people worldwide.
In addition to the live premiere of songs from his upcoming 12th studio album "We" ("Us") and a setlist full of pop hits from his 30+ year music career, Dino Merlin will offer a specially put together show this December with his 10-piece backing band and a plethora of must-see visual special effects.
Dino Merlin's latest singles ("Mi", "Dođi", "Jedan dan, jedna noć", "Krive karte" and "Kako da ti kažem") currently have more than 80 million views on his YouTube channel with almost 600,000 subscribers.
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About Dino Merlin:
Dino Merlin is the most renowned singer/songwriter of Bosnia and Herzegovina and one of the greatest and most popular music artists of Southeast Europe.
In 1983 he established the pop rock band Merlin, for which he wrote both music and lyrics as well as being the band’s lead vocalist, becoming one of the most admired frontmen in the former Yugoslavia. He started his solo career in 1991 under the stage name Dino Merlin.
Dino has represented his country three times in the Eurovision Song Contest. His third Eurovision entry, “Love in Rewind”, came 6th in 2011 in Germany, which is the country’s second best result in the history of its participation in the contest.
Throughout his career Dino has collaborated with many internationally acclaimed artists, including Cat Stevens (UK), Mustafa Sandal (Turkey), Lutvi Bošnjak (Tunisia), Edo Zanki (Germany), Arjinder (UK), Gani Tamir (Israel), Kempa Orchestra and Hüsnü Senlendirici (Turkey) as well as some of the biggest stars of the region, including Goran Bregović and others.
Notable concert successes abroad include the Vic Theatre in Chicago, Le Bataclan in Paris, Zenith Halle in Munich, Festival Hall in Melbourne as well as major stadiums and arenas throughout Southeast Europe. At the invitation of the then Mayor of Rome, Walter Vetroni, Dino performed at the 2002 benefit concert for peace, "Glocal Forum", at the Colosseum in Rome, along with a host of acclaimed artists such as Ray Charles, Mercedes Sosa, Khaled and others.
He is the author of the lyrics for the first official national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Jedna si jedina” (“Our One and Only”).