Death of the 'Balkan Elvis' Tose Proeski, one of the most popular musicians in the Balkans, has died, and people all over the former Yugoslavia are mourning him. Born in Macedonia in 1981, Proeski represented his country in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.
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Death of the 'Balkan Elvis'

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Death of the 'Balkan Elvis'

Death of the 'Balkan Elvis'

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Tose Proeski, one of the most popular musicians in the Balkans, has died, and people all over the former Yugoslavia are mourning him. Born in Macedonia in 1981, Proeski represented his country in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.

Liljana Ristova, editor of the Canadian-Macedonian News, in Toronto, about the singer and his impact.