Toma Zdravkov

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Toma Zdravkov
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Background information
Birth nameToma Zdravkov
Born (1987-05-24) 24 May 1987 (age 33)
Origin Pazardzhik, Bulgaria
Genres Hard rock, Metal [1]
Occupation(s)Musician
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active2008-present
Labels Virginia Records
Associated acts Nevena Tsoneva
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Toma Zdravkov (Bulgarian : Тома Здравков) (born 24 May 1987 in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian singer, most known for winning Music Idol, the Bulgarian version of the British hit show Pop Idol.

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Career

His career began in 2008 when he won the Music Idol song contest; [2] he was the first rock singer to win it. Later this year, he released his first album, Geroi (Hero; Bulgarian : Герой), and his first single, also called "Geroi" (a cover of Thornley's "So Far So Good"). On 4 July 2008, he opened for Def Leppard and Whitesnake. [1]

In April 2009 Toma released his second single, "Niama Miasto V Teb" (There's No Space In You; Bulgarian : Няма Място В Теб).

Discography

Geroi

Tracklist

  1. "Niamam Vreme"
  2. "Losh"
  3. "Geroi"
  4. "Inconsolable"
  5. "Gentulmeni" (ft. Dicho)
  6. "Sega Si Edna"
  7. "Niama Miasto V Teb"
  8. "Plastmasa"
  9. "Leden Puls"
  10. "Moga"
  11. "Every 1's A Winner" (cover of Hot Chocolate's song)

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References

  1. 1 2 Guineva, Svetlana (6 July 2008). "Jurassic hard rock, Balkan style". Sofia Echo . Retrieved 6 February 2011.
  2. Guineva, Svetlana (14 July 2008). "Vili Kazasian, conductor and composer, dead at 73". Sofia Echo . Retrieved 6 February 2011.