In the early 1990s, Gino Jevdjevic was living the typical life of a Yugoslavian popstar.
He signed autographs and posed for pictures with fans. He wore his hair in a ponytail and crooned schmaltzy melodies.
These days, Gino has a shaved head, a multitude of tattoos and a long, grey-streaked beard. He lives in Seattle, and his music is closer to metal or “Gypsy Punk” than it is to pop.
To understand how he got from one version of Gino to Gino 2.0, you have to go back to 1992.