Dragana Mirković (Драгана Мирковић) is a Serbian folk singer.

Biography:

She was born on 18 January 1968, in Kasidol, a village in Serbia, Yugoslavia and is the youngest of two children. As a child, she lived with her parents, her grandparents, and her sister, Dušica.

She released her first album in 1984 titled Imam dečka nemirnog (I have a restless boyfriend). She released an album every year from 1984 to 2000(except 1998). After 2000, she didn’t release any albums until 2004 because she got married to an Austrian businessman, Toni Bijelić, and decided to take time off and dedicate herself to her newly-formed family. Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, Dragana toured and recorded with the band Južni Vetar (Southern Wind). She is one of the most famous Serbian singers ever and the most popular of them all. Her success was indescribable. In 2004, she released a new album and with it she marked 20 years of her career. In 2006, Dragana released her 19th album titled Luče moje (My honey). At the end of 2008, she released a new album entitled “Eksplozija” (Explosion). With that album, she proved that she is still on the top.

Dragana Mirković and her husband Toni Bijelić have a son, Marko, and a daughter, Manuela. They reside in Vienna, Austria. The couple own a balkan music channel DM SAT, which is watched by many Europeans, but can also be watched throughout the world through a prepaid website entitled Balkaniyum.

Edited by DJ_MW on 2 Jul 2009, 09:49

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