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The album features voices from all over the world — from latin pop singer Bebe to Israeli folk rocker Asaf Avidan . Bregović joined NPR’s Ari Shapiro to talk about it; hear their conversation at the audio link. Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http:///. Recent News Why Metro Birmingham Homicides Are Up Ditch the Marriage Licenses? Senate Says ‘I Do’ WBHM Politics: A Downtown Birmingham Stadium Closings and Delays for Thursday, January 18 Closings and Delays for Wednesday, January 17 Alabama Lawmaker George Bandy Dies at 72 Weather Briefing: Bitter Cold and Ice Means Dangerous Roads Closings and Delays for Tuesday January 16 Recap: First Week of the 2018 Legislative Session Infectious Strain of Flu Hits Area Hard WBHM is a listener-supported service of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Born in Sarajevo , PR Bosnia-Herzegovina , FPR Yugoslavia to a Croat father Franjo Bregović and Serb mother Borka Perišić,   Goran grew up with an older sister Dajana and younger brother Predrag. Their father was from Croatian Zagorje , specifically Sveti Petar Čvrstec village near Križevci , while their mother was born in Virovitica to parents that had shortly before her birth arrived in the nearby village of Čemernica , settling there from the village of Kazanci near Gacko in eastern Herzegovina . Her father, Goran's maternal grandfather, fought in the Royal Serbian Army at the Salonica Front during World War I and as a reward received land in Slavonia where he soon moved his family.