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Andrea Šušnjara

 

Andrea Šušnjara

Andrea Šušnjara
Andrea Šušnjara (2009)
Background information
Origin Split, Croatia[1]
Genres Classical, Folk music, Pop
Occupations Singer
Instruments Vocals
Associated acts Magazin, Igor Cukrov

Andrea Šušnjara (born 26 February 1987[1]) is a Croatian singer who was the Croatian entrant for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009.[2] She, alongside Igor Cukrov, were the winners of Dora 2009, performing the song "Lijepa Tena" (Beautiful Tena). At Eurovision they performed in the second semi-final as the opening act and qualified for the final as the jury's selected qualifier. In the final they finished in 18th place with 45 points.

She also competed to represent Croatia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performing the song "Noah" at Dora 2004. She won the semi-final and qualified to the final, where she finished second, losing out to Ivan Mikulić.[1]

In May 2010, she joined Magazin, a Croatian pop-folk band from Split.[3]

References

External links

  • Andrea Šušnjara Official Facebook Page - http://www.facebook.com/susnjara.andrea
  • Grupa Magazin Official Web Site - http://www.grupamagazin.com
  • Grupa Magazin Official Facebook Page - http://www.facebook.com/grupa.magazin
  • Grupa Magazin Official Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/grupamagazin
  • Grupa Magazin Official YouTube Channel - http://www.youtube.com/GrupaMagazin
Preceded by
Kraljevi ulice & 75 Cents
with "Romanca"
Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest
2009
(with Igor Cukrov)
Succeeded by
Feminnem
with "Lako je sve"
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