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Eva Sršen

Eva Sršen during rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest 1970
Eva Sršen (born 1951 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian singer, who had a short career in Yugoslav pop music in the first half of the 1970s.

She first became well known by winning the national choice for Eurovision Song Contest 1970,[1] the Yugoslavian selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. That year, she performed the song "Pridi, dala ti bom cvet" → Come, I'll Give You a Flower at the Eurovision Song Contest 1970 in Amsterdam, taking 11th place.[2] The single version sold well in Yugoslavia, as did her follow-up song, "Ljubi ljubi, ljubi" → (My dear loves, loves).

In 1974, she competed in the Yugoslavian selection again, this time singing the song "Lepa ljubezen," placing ninth out of twelve entries. Since the mid-1970s, Sršen mainly left the music industry although she still sings in Slovenia from time to time.

References

  1. ^ Pesma Evrovizije 1970 - The Booklet of ex-Yugoslav National Song Finals at the Wayback Machine (archived October 26, 2009)
  2. ^ "Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970".  
Preceded by
Ivan & 3M
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
1970
Succeeded by
Krunoslav Slabinac


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