Kalman Radio station is very popular in this country for playing pop and hits music 24 hours live online. Kalman Radio is a hit live online radio station broadcasting from Bosnia and Herbs. You can listen to this radio from their official website.
Rural folk traditions in Bosnia and Herzegovina include the shouted, polyphonic Ganga and “ravne pjesme” (flat song) styles, as well as instruments like a drone less bagpipe, wooden flute, and šargija. The gusle, an instrument found throughout the Balkans, is also used to accompany ancient Slavic epic poems. There are also Bosnian folk songs in Ladino, derived from the area’s Jewish population. Bosnian roots music came from the Middle Bosnia, Posavina, Drina valley, and Kalesija. It is usually performed by singers with two violinists and a šargija player. These bands first appeared around World War I and became popular in the 1960s. This is the third oldest music following after the sevdalinka and ilahija. Self-taught people, mostly in two or three members of the different choices of old instruments, mostly in the violin, sacking, saz, drums, flutes (zurle) or wooden flute, as others have already called. There are also Bosnian folk songs in Ladino, derived from the area’s Jewish population.