2 February 1960 (age 62)
Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija, Croatia
Neno Belan is a rock musician from Croatia, known as the frontman of Đavoli, as well as for his solo work.
In 1980 he became a member of the band Narodno Blago (National Treasure) which performed rhythm and blues and occasionally performed as the supporting band for Split punk rock musician Fon Bikšić, with whom they performed covers of The Rolling Stones, Ramones and The Clash songs. Narodno Blago disbanded in 1983.
In 1984 Belan formed the band Đavoli (The Devils), which performed music inspired by 1950s rock and roll. The band successfully performed until 1991. In 1991 appeared Belan's first solo release, EP Rock galama (Rock Noise), recorded with the members of Đavoli.
In 1998 Belan reunited Đavoli when Vedran Križan joined the band as the keyboardist, thus finished the gathering of the group, soon to be known as "Fiumens", but not before they tried to revive old "Đavoli" brand so the band released the album Space Twist. However, Đavoli disbanded once again, and Neno, Olja, Leo and Vedran formed the band Neno Belan & Fiumens.
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