Radio Južni Vetar

Radio Južni Vetar:

Južni Vetar (“Southern Wind”) is a Serbia music band famous for recording with many popular folk singers during the 1980s and early 1990s.


The band’s golden age lasted from 1982 until 1991 when the beginning of the Yugoslav Wars forced the members to split. The band reached the peak of its popularity with the 1986 album “Pristajem na sve”, which sold over 500.000 copies. One of the band’s singers, Šemsa Suljaković, recorded a solo album “Što me pitaš kako živim”, which officially sold 1 million copies. Early on, the band developed a very recognizable sound and released dozens of albums, including the following singers:

Radio Contact Info:

Radio Information:

Location: Serbia

Language: Serbian

Genres: Folk

Web Site: www.juznivetar.net