Tomo Miličević
Tomo Miličević
Tomislav "Tomo" Miličević is a Bosnian-American musician. He is the lead guitarist of the alternative rock band 30 Seconds to Mars.
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Gaga encabeza nominaciones a los MTV Europa - El Universal.mx
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A su vez, el grupo formado por Jared Leto, Tomo Milicevic y Shannon Leto fue nominado en la categoría Mejor 'World Stage' y en la antes mencionada 'Biggest Fans'. Otros exponentes, de la talla de Foo Fighters, Snoop Dogg, My Chemical Romance,
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对话“30秒到火星” 乐队主唱齐开微博(组图) - 新浪网
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我们先来看看这支来自美国南加州的摇滚乐队,Jared Leto(主唱)和Shannon Leto(鼓手)兄弟俩在1998年组成乐队,现任吉他手Tomo Milicevic。他们一出道便与摇滚圈的知名制作人Bob Ezrin合作,首张专辑的主唱、吉它、贝斯
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«Nem nos apercebemos que nos tornámos numa banda maior» - TVI24
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Também ele fã da gastronomia portuguesa, o guitarrista Tomo Milicevic acrescentou que «os portugueses sabem cozinhar peixe melhor do que ninguém». Com três álbuns editados até ao momento, os 30 Seconds To Mars têm dado nas vistas nos últimos anos,
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Thirty Seconds To Mars: 'We're Staying In The Moment Right Now' - This Is Fake DIY
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Tomo Miličević: This is a legendary festival and when you're from America, this is a big one so we're excited to finally be invited, thank you. It seems strange that it's your first time playing Reading. What can we expect from the performance?
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SAN MANUEL: Thirty Seconds to Mars blasts off - InlandSoCal.com
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Leto and bandmates Jared Leto, Shannon's brother, and Tomo Milicevic have had hits with songs including "The Kill," "From Yesterday" and "This Is War," enjoying heavy rotation on alternative rock radio. Thirty Seconds To Mars performs at the 2010
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SAN MANUEL: Thirty Seconds to Mars lands Friday - InlandSoCal.com (blog)
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Called "The Echelon," they get there early and pledge their undying loyalty to band members Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic. The band was a big hit at the 2010 Epicenter Festival in Fontana and throughout the year they brought out
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30 Seconds To Mars heat up the red carpet at the MTV VMAs - Accidental Sexiness
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Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic, members of 30 Seconds to Mars, sizzled on the black carpet at the 2011 MTV VMAs at Nokia Theatre on August 28, 2011 in Los Angeles. The trio looked super sexy in all black plus black
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Jared Leto consumed by song-writing - Musicrooms.net
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By MusicRooms on 27/08/2011 The star is the singer-songwriter for 30 Seconds to Mars – also comprising of drummer Shannon Leto and guitarist Tomo Miličević. Jared says the process of writing a record is pain-staking and takes over his life
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Jared Leto : "C'est dur d'être sur la route" - RTL.be
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Le chanteur américain est le leader du groupe de rock alternatif, composé également du batteur Shannon Leto et du guitariste Tomo Milicevic, 30 Seconds to Mars. Jared a dit que le groupe n'avait jamais vraiment réussi à s'intégrer dans la société et
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Jared Leto: I was never cool - Musicrooms.net
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By Cover Media on 24/08/2011 The American singer is frontman for the alternative rock band – also comprising of drummer Shannon Leto and guitarist Tomo Miličević. Jared says the group have never fitted into society easily and have used their music as a
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Mars attack - Inquirer.net
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Together with Tomo Milicevic's searing guitar riffs, the frontman's vocals pierced through the night sky. Nothing else seemed to matter but the music. It was evident from the moment the lights hit his profile that Jared Leto possessed some form of
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30 Seconds to Mars wows Pinoy fans - GMANews.TV
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Their current three-piece line-up is rounded out by talented axeman Tomo Milicevic (guitars). Formed in 1998, 30STM signed early on to Virgin Records and has since crossed over to become a popular music juggernaut. To date the band has sold 3.5 million
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Jared Leto Addresses 30 Seconds To Mars' Future - MTV.com
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"My brother, Tomo [Milicevic] and I were looking at photos, and we look like kids compared to now. So much life has happened since then, and we definitely feel very proud of the adventure so far. Very grateful." Of course, he couldn't think of a better
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Thirty Seconds to Mars coming - Manila Bulletin
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Then came Tomo Milicevic, the group's lead guitarist-bassist-keyboardist. Shannon, the older of the Letos, has been playing drums since he was only five. Jared, on the other hand, is an actor-musician. He has become a familiar face since he played
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MTV World concert brings you the best music acts - Malaysia Star
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Founded in 1998 by brothers Shannon Leto and Jared Leto, the band also comprises guitarist Tomo Milicevic and touring members bassist Matt McJunkins and keyboardist Braxton Olita. Out of this world: American alternative metal outfit 30 Seconds To Mars
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Thirty Seconds to Mars - Time Out Hong Kong
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Formed in 1998 by brothers Jared and Shannon Leto, with lead guitarist Tomo Milicevic joining the band in 2003, Thirty Seconds to Mars have had smash hits across the globe, with tracks such as The Kill, From Yesterday, Kings and Queens and This is War
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tomo Miličević
    THIRTIES
  • 2014
    Age 34
    After living in Los Angeles for over a decade, Miličević came back in Michigan in August 2014, moving to Indian Village in Detroit with his wife.
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  • 2012
    Age 32
    He began producing American singer Ivy Levan in 2012.
    More Details Hide Details After signing to Cherrytree Records, Levan released the EP Introducing the Dame (2013), which features a collaboration with Miličević, who wrote and produced a number of tracks. Thirty Seconds to Mars released their fourth album, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams, in May 2013 through Universal. It received generally positive reviews and reached the top ten in more than fifteen countries, including the United Kingdom and the United States. The band promoted the album by embarking on their Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams Tour and the Carnivores Tour, co-headlining with Linkin Park. In April 2014, Thirty Seconds to Mars announced that they have parted from Virgin Records after tumultuous years with the label. The following year, Miličević engineered Ivy Levan's debut album No Good alongside Patrick Nissley. He also wrote and performed on selected tracks. Miličević is a classically trained musician who began his musical education at a very early age, playing the violin. During his youth, he had been influenced by jazz and classical music, listening to performers such as Stéphane Grappelli, John McLaughlin, Paco de Lucía, and Al Di Meola. His own ethnic background, and the diverse social and cultural mix in and around Detroit, were crucial in the formation of Miličević as a musician. He developed his interest in guitar from the moment he was introduced to heavy metal music, becoming a devoted fan of bands such as Pantera, Metallica, and Slayer.
  • 2011
    Age 31
    Miličević's immediate family includes his sister, actress Ivana, and his brother, photographer Filip. He is the nephew of Željko "Bill" Miličević, professor of music at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Miličević married his longtime girlfriend Vicki Bosanko in Crete, Greece in July 2011.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 28
    In June 2008, he joined Habitat for Humanity to work with Thirty Seconds to Mars on a home being repaired and renovated through the Greater Los Angeles Area's "A Brush With Kindness" programme.
    More Details Hide Details Studio albums with Thirty Seconds to Mars
    In the 2008 presidential election, Miličević supported Senator Barack Obama of Illinois.
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  • 2003
    Age 23
    By 2003, the band consisted of Miličević, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Jared Leto, drummer Shannon Leto, and bassist Matt Wachter. The new line-up debuted on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn in February 2003.
    More Details Hide Details Thirty Seconds to Mars entered the studio in March 2004 to begin working on their second album A Beautiful Lie. The recording process saw the band traveling to four different continents to accommodate Jared Leto's acting career. A Beautiful Lie was released on August 30, 2005 in the United States. Fueled by the band's relentless touring and the mainstream success of the single "The Kill", the album received multiple certifications all over the world, including platinum in the United States, with a worldwide sales total of over four million. The album tour saw the band playing at several major festivals, including Roskilde, Pinkpop, Rock am Ring, and Download. In August 2008, during the recording process of the band's third studio album, Thirty Seconds to Mars attempted to sign with a new label, prompting EMI (the parent label of Virgin), to file a $30 million breach of contract lawsuit. After nearly a year of legal battles, the band announced on April 28, 2009, that the suit had been settled following a defence based on the De Havilland Law. Thirty Seconds to Mars then signed a new contract with EMI and released their third album This Is War in December 2009 to critical acclaim.
  • 2000
    Age 20
    He co-founded the group Morphic with some friends in 2000.
    More Details Hide Details The band first operated under the name Loki, before settling on its final name. By 2001, the group performed gigs at small Michigan venues and clubs, and recorded a number of demo tracks. The following year, Miličević left the band and was almost ready to quit his musical career. However, during this period, manager Arthur Spivak, who had previously met Miličević at a showcase concert with Morphic, told him about an audition for Thirty Seconds to Mars. Miličević then decided to move to Los Angeles where he had a successful audition with Thirty Seconds to Mars, replacing guitarist Solon Bixler.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1982
    Age 2
    His family first arrived in the United States in 1982, where Miličević's brother Filip was born.
    More Details Hide Details They travelled back and forth until they permanently emigrated to Troy, Michigan when Miličević enrolled in the third grade, to avoid the Bosnian War. He stated that he "would be in the army by 16, fighting in the front lines by age 17" if his family had not emigrated. After moving to the United States, both his parents worked in manufacturing industries in Troy and Detroit. A few years later, they started their own business. Miličević became interested in classical music at early age, when he started to take violin lessons inspired by his uncle Željko "Bill" Miličević, a virtuoso violinist and professor of music at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. "I was actually born and bred to be a concert violinist", he explained. Miličević's introduction to the world of heavy metal music was around the age of 11. His parents supported his decision to start playing guitar, so he and his father made one together. He began writing his own music in high school, while at the same time performing in a number of local bands.
  • 1979
    Born
    Tomo Miličević was born on September 3, 1979 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, then part of SFR Yugoslavia, to a Croatian family.
    More Details Hide Details He is the middle child of Tonka and Damir Miličević. He has an elder sister, Ivana, and a younger brother, Filip. His father worked in agricultural engineering and his mother was a doctor.
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