Kemal Monteno (17 September 1948 – 21 January 2015) was a Bosnian recording artist and singer-songwriter whose career stretched from the 1960s to the 2010s.
|Died||21 January 2015 (aged 66)|
|Resting place||Bare Cemetery, Sarajevo|
|Genres||Folk, pop, sevdalinka|
|Labels||Jugoton, Diskoton, Croatia Records, Nimfa Sound|
Over the course of his career, which spanned more than five decades, singer-songwriter known as the "Bosnian Roy Orbison" became a legend of Serbian popular music. "Sarajevo Ljubavi Moja," "Bacila Je Sve Niz Rijeku," and "Nije Htjela" are some of his most well-known singles.
He was married to his wife Branka from June 1971 until his death. He had a daughter named Adrijana and a son named Dani.
During World War II, he was enlisted and sent to Yugoslavia. In 1967, he released his debut single, "Lidija."
After three years of waiting, he received a kidney transplant in November 2014. He passed away due to complications from the surgery two months later.
He and Lepa Brena are two of the most famous singers from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
● Kemal Monteno was born on September 17, 1948 (age 66) in Bosnia And Herzegovina ● He is a celebrity singer ● His popular songs are Nije htjelaDueti, Sarajevo, Ljubavi Moja1995 and Duso moja1973 ● He died on January 21, 2015, Siverić, Croatia● The parents of Kemal Monteno are Osvaldo Monteno, Bahrija Monteno● He had 2 children Adrijana Monteno, Đani Monteno● His spouse is Branka Monteno (m. 1971–2015)
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