Tonči Huljić

Croatian pop music composer, singer, musician and producer, born October 29, 1961 in Split, Croatia.
Since 1996 founder and owner of label Tonika Records - ex Produkcija Huljić.

Since 1982 he is profilic leader of the famous nationwide recognise pop band Magazin. He released his debut solo instrumental album in 2006. Since 2011 leader and vocalist of dalmatian etno music influenced
pop-folk sensation Tonči Huljić & Madre Badessa Band.

He collaborated for cross-over contemporary classical band Bond (3) (2000-2003) and since 2001
part-time author of cross-over piano music for Maksim.

Among 900+ his composer works, he is the only croatian composer whose songs represented Croatia 4 times at ESC. His songs were performed by Magazin in Dublin, Ireland 1995 - placing 6th, Doris Dragovic in Jerusalem, Israel 1999 - placing 4th, Vanna (2) in Copenhagen, Denmark 2001 - placing 10th and Andrea Šušnjara feat Igor Cukrov in Moscow, Russia 2009 - placing 18th in the final.

Since 1987 married to Vjekoslava Huljić, father of Ivan Huljić and Hana Huljić.
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Tonči Huljić - Waterland album art Tonči Huljić Waterland (Album) Croatia Records, Tonika Serbia 2008 Sell This Version


2CD 5756743 Tonči Huljić - Gold Collection - Zlatne 90-E album art Tonči Huljić Gold Collection - Zlatne 90-E(2xCD, Comp) Croatia Records, Tonika 2CD 5756743 Croatia 2008 Sell This Version


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July 23, 2012 I have created here the Balkan songwriters` common discography on the Finnish records in the 1990-2000`s and I would like to find out some of these songs original performers... For example this, Tanja Lainio`s recording is without that information still, composed just Huljic.

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