IBRICU JUSIĆ dobro znamo i rado je vidjen gost ovde na JUGOZVUKU, Veoma veliki akustični samostalni genije Juge gostuje opet ovde što i zaslužuje.
Dan danas nastupa po regionu bivše JUGOSLAVIJE jer ga očigledno narod volid a sluša i vidi. Jedinstvena je pojava "trubadurskog" dubrovačkog zvuka i takav će i ostati.
He started his career in Dubrovnik in 1965. On invitation of composer Pero Gotovac he went in Zagreb. He was a winner on Zagreb Festival in 1968, he won with song "Celuloidni pajac". He won the first prize on the same festival also in 1969 with song "Osobenjak" and in 1970 with song "Mačka".
Then, Zagreb became too small for him (as he said), so he went in Paris where he has felt international experience. After all, he always returned by summers every year to his hometown Dubrovnik and sang midnight concerts to his loyal public. By using his summer travels to Dubrovnik he started to cooperate with Dubrovnik Sommer Games (Dubrovačke ljetne igre) in 1971 and with songs of Pero Gotovac he sang on shows of Games Edward II, Columbo and Aretej. He composed music and sang in the show Životopis Miha Pracata ("Biography of Miha Pracet) in 1977. In the same year he recited in Knežev dvor, and, as he recited in so elite place, that was also his reward for his artistic value.
He is one of the first singers who recorded songs on LP records in 1974. He was one of the first persons who did solo-concert in Lisinski Theater in 1975. In next years he sang in almost all world-wide popular places, like Opera House (Sydney), Carnegie Hall in New Yorku, China Theatre in Stockholmu and so on. He composes music for poets of Luko Paljetak, Dobriša Cesarić, Aleksa Šantić, Antić, William Shakespear, Brecht, Britvić, Zuppe etc.
Soon he published this albums:
- Skaline od sudbine (Steps of Destiny) (Jugoton, 1975)
- Nostromo (Jugoton, 1976)
- Emina (Jugoton, 1977)
- Ne dajte da vas zavedu (Do not let to be seduced) (Jugoton, 1978)
- Čovjek bez kafića (Man without Cafe) (Jugoton, 1980)