Tina Vukov was born in Rijeka (Croatia), on the 22nd December 1988. She attended the elementary music school I.M. Ronjgov in Rijeka for piano. After completing the First Rijeka Croatian Grammar School - linguistic course, in the year 2007 she enrolled in the study course of the English language and philosophy with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences in Rijeka.
She entered the studio of Robert Funcic at the age of thirteen, and a year later signed a redord contract with Croatia Records.
In the same year she successfully cooperated with Matija Dedic with whom, as his guest, she appeared at the BP Club in Zagreb – her first public appearance. The Matija Dedic Trio, which was composed of Matija Dedic, Henry Radanovic and Tonci Grabusic, was her accompaniment on Dora 2004, where she appeared for the first time in front of a wider public, with the song "Tuga dolazi kasnije".
At the festival Dalmatinske Sansone in Sibenik in the year 2004 she won the award for the best newcomer, and also appeared at the same festival for the following three years.
As the result of a long-standing cooperation with the musician Robert Funcic, in October 2006 her first album Tuga Dolazi Kasnije was published, the first dual disc in Croatia, which had excellent reception by the audience as well as the critic.
She achieved a very successful cooperation with the genius of Croatian music Arsen Dedic, by recording the duet and video for his song Vracam Se, as well as with appearances on Arsen’s concerts in Osijek and Opatija, with accompaniment of the Big Band of the Croatian Radio Television.
On the yearly award HR2 Turki party, she wins the award for the best new name in the year 2006.
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