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Biography (Donna Ares)

Azra Kolaković (1 January 1977 – 2 October 2017), known by her stage name Donna Ares, was a Bosnian pop singer. Her most recent album Povratka nema was released in 2011.

Azra Kolaković was born in the western Bosnian city of Bihać to Bosniak parents. She attended local music schools and graduated in 1995, during the Bosnian War. She started attending a music academy, but stopped due to the ongoing war in the country.

In 1997 she started her solo singing career. She debuted in 1997, under her stage name Donna Ares, to sing in the Croatian Dora competition to represent Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Kolaković had been fatigued and losing weight for months before being hospitalized in early October 2014. She was diagnosed with uterine cancer and received chemotherapy at a hospital in her hometown Bihać before being moved to Sarajevo for further treatment on 21 October 2014.

Discography

Studio albums
Ti me više ne voliš (1998)
Sviraj nešto narodno (2001)
Čuvaj se, dušo...

 


 

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