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Veselin Marinov

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Origin  Bulgaria
Labels  Payner
Genres  Pop
Name  Veselin Marinov

Role  Singer
Years active  1981 - present
Children  Yoana Marinova
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Birth name  Veselin Stefanov Marinov
Born  August 4, 1961 (age 54)Polski Trambesh, Bulgaria (1961-08-04)
Spouse  Mariya Marinova (m. ?–2005)
Parents  Stefan Marinov, Mariya Marinov
Albums  Love ballads, Trifon, I choose for You with Love
Similar People  Stefan Marinov, Toncho Rusev, Evtim Evtimov, Lili Ivanova, Rositsa Kirilova

Instruments  Vocals, Guitar, Drums

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Veselin Stefanov Marinov (Bulgarian: Веселин Стефанов Маринов; born 4 August 1961 in Polski Trambesh, Bulgaria), better known as Vaselin Marinov, is a Bulgarian pop singer.


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Marinov was born in the town of Polski Trambesh on August 4, 1961 to Stefan and Yordanka Marinov. He has a brother, Marin Marinov (born in 1955) who has two daughters. Veselin has one daughter - Yoana.


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Veselin started his involvement with music when he was in the 7th grade. Veselin started to play and sing in a school group. In 1981, he was invited to become the lead singer of Bulgarian rock band Impuls. His first appearance was on 2 December 1982 in Vidin, Bulgaria. The band produced progressive rock music, and their first song with Marinov on vocals was Midnight music. The first song which was composed by Marinov himself was You came. In 1983, he graduated the Pop Music Department in the class of Petar Dimitrov. In 1984, Veselin underwent two operations of the vocal cords and left Impuls. In 1987, his first album, "From love", was released.

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Marinov's songs became popular in the 90's. In this period he won many awards. The songs "Bitter wine" (bulg. "Горчиво вино") and "For you, Bulgaria" (bulg. "За теб, Българийо") became hits. Since 2007 Veselin Marinov appears in Christmas concerts every year.


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  • 1987 От любов (For Love)
  • 1989 За любовта (About Love)
  • 1991 Liebes Lieder (Любовни песни, Love songs) Released in Germany
  • 1992 Die Sprache der Tranen (Езикът на сълзите, The language of tears) Released in Germany
  • 1992 Хитове (Hits)
  • 1995 Горчиво вино (Bitter Wine)
  • 1998 Трифон Зарезан (Trifon Zarezan)
  • 1999 Вино и любов (Wine and Love)
  • 2000 Винарната на любовта (Winery of Love)
  • 2001 Моята луда любов (My crazy love)
  • 2002 Моите песни (My songs)
  • 2003 Пожарите на любовта (Fire of love)
  • 2003 Коледен сън (Christmas dream)
  • 2004 Избрах за вас с Любов(I choose for You with Love)
  • 2005 Осъден на щастие (Convicted of happiness)
  • 2006 Моят живот (My life)
  • 2007 Да се събудиш до мен - Любовни балади (Love ballads)
  • 2008 Хубава жена (Pretty woman)
  • 2010 Още един хубав ден (One more beautiful day)
  • 2010 Най-скъпият подарък на света (The most expensive gift in the world)
  • 2011 30 години на сцена (30 years on stage)
  • 2012 Един мъж на 50 (A man in the 50s)
  • 2013 Носталгия (Homesickness)
  • 2014 Островът на любовта (The island of love)
  • 2016 35 години на сцена (35 years on stage)
  • Awards

  • 1st place and Audience Award Youth Festival of Popular Song of 1983, song "You came"
  • 2nd place Youth Festival of Popular Song, song "The dock of love"
  • 1st place Youth Festival of Popular Song, song "Piano for two"
  • International Festival of Young Performers of 1986 - Tbilisi, USSR
  • Grand Prix Intervision Song Contest'1989
  • Grand Prix Golden Orpheus of 1994, song "Bitter Wine"
  • Melody of the year of 1995, song "Bitter Wine"
  • 1st place Spring Radio Competition of 1995, song "Bitter Wine"
  • 2nd place Spring Radio Competition of 1997, song "Woman on the balcony"
  • Grand Prix EuroFest of 1999, Skopije
  • Audience Award Pirinfolk - 1998 and 2004
  • Grand Prix Pirinfolk - 2002
  • Crystal Lyre of 2005 - Prize of Union of Bulgarian musicians and dancers
  • Singer of the year - 2003, 2004 and 2005
  • References

    Veselin Marinov Wikipedia