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|disbanded = 2008
 
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|nationality = Montenegrin
 
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|eligible_for = {{Montenegro}}
 
|eligible_for = {{Montenegro}}
 
|participant = 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
 
|participant = 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
|nf_participant = <small>Europesma/Europjesma</small> 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}<br><small>Europesma/Europjesma</small> 2006,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
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|nf_participant = <small>Evropesma/Evropjesma</small> 2005,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}<br><small>Evropesma/Evropjesma</small> 2006,<br>{{Serbia and Montenegro}}
 
|note = <small>They won the national selection in 2006, but after a scandal with the voting of the juries of both entities in the preselection, the country decided to withdraw<small>
 
|note = <small>They won the national selection in 2006, but after a scandal with the voting of the juries of both entities in the preselection, the country decided to withdraw<small>
 
}}'''No Name''' was a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] boys band, best known for the controversies surrounding their participation in the national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The group made its debut in 2005, with the song "Zauvijek moja" (Forever Mine) (Milan Perić/Slaven Knezović), winning the 2005 Europjesma and thus representing [[Serbia and Montenegro]] in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The group fared 7th in the ESC with a total of 137 points, succeeding in obtaining the straight pass to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for Serbia and Montenegro. It was founded in 19 November 2003.
 
}}'''No Name''' was a [[Montenegro|Montenegrin]] boys band, best known for the controversies surrounding their participation in the national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The group made its debut in 2005, with the song "Zauvijek moja" (Forever Mine) (Milan Perić/Slaven Knezović), winning the 2005 Europjesma and thus representing [[Serbia and Montenegro]] in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The group fared 7th in the ESC with a total of 137 points, succeeding in obtaining the straight pass to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for Serbia and Montenegro. It was founded in 19 November 2003.
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The group disbanded in 2008.
 
The group disbanded in 2008.
 
== Members ==
 
*[[Bojan Jovović]] (keyboards, back vocal)
 
*[[Branko Nedović]] (keyboards)
 
*[[Danijel Alibabić]] (vocal)
 
*[[Dragoljub Purlija]] (drums)
 
*[[Marko Perić]] (bass guitar)
 
*[[Marko Prentić]] (vocal, guitar)
 
 
[[Category:Montenegro artists]]
 
[[Category:Montenegro artists]]
 
[[Category:ESC participants]]
 
[[Category:ESC participants]]
 
[[Category:Artists]]
 
[[Category:Artists]]
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[[Category:Montenegro]]

Latest revision as of 22:25, April 13, 2019

No Name was a Montenegrin boys band, best known for the controversies surrounding their participation in the national pre-selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. The group made its debut in 2005, with the song "Zauvijek moja" (Forever Mine) (Milan Perić/Slaven Knezović), winning the 2005 Europjesma and thus representing Serbia and Montenegro in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005. The group fared 7th in the ESC with a total of 137 points, succeeding in obtaining the straight pass to the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 for Serbia and Montenegro. It was founded in 19 November 2003.

In November 2006, bassist Marko Perić left the group for undisclosed reasons.

The group disbanded in 2008.

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