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Stojaković, Jadranka, 1950-2016

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Personal name headingStojaković, Jadranka, 1950-2016
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Variant(s)Стојаковић, Јадранка, 1950-2016
Birth date1950-07-24
Death date2016-05-03
Place of birthSarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Place of deathBanja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Profession or occupationSingers
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Found inSevdalinka, p2007: label (Jadranka Stojaković)
Wikipedia, via WWW, July 9, 2012 (Jadranka Stojaković; a Bosnian singer-songwriter popular in the former Yugoslavia; born July 24, 1950 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia; at the age of 16, she joined her uncle Vukašin Radulović's jazz group and performed with them throughout the country as well other parts of Europe (mostly Germany); at the 1984 Winter Olympics, held in her native Sarajevo, she sang the official theme song of the Games; since 1988, she mostly resides in Japan; in 1997, she performed the ending theme for Konami's video game, Vandal Hearts, on the Sony PlayStation)
Wikipedia, viewed March 8, 2022: (Jadranka Stojaković ; Јадранка Стојаковић = Jadranka Stojaković ; born July 24, 1950 in Sarajevo, died May 3, 2016 in Banja Luka; lived in Japan from 1988-2011)