Kazantzidis was born in Nea Ionia, in Athens, Greece. Nikos Xylouris (Greek: Νίκος Ξυλούρης; 7 July 1936 – 8 February 1980), nicknamed Psaronikos (Greek: Ψαρονίκος, 'Gray-haired Nick'), was a Greek composer and singer from the village of Anogeia in Crete and also the older brother of two other great musicians of Cretan music, Antonis Xylouris or Psarantonis (Greek: Ψαραντώνης) and Yiannis Xylouris or (Psaroyiannis) (Greek: Ψαρογιάννης). She is one of the most popular singers in Greece today. In 2007, he was a candidate to receive an "Arion Music Award", losing to Tamta. Born in Athens, when he was a teenager he studied opera and later worked as a male model. When he was 5 years old, his parents bought him his first piano. He maintained a relationship with the "national" Star of Greece for several years. One of her most popular…, Haris Alexiou (Χάρις Αλεξίου) appeared in the Greek musical scene in the early '70s. A leading singer of Greek popular music, or Laïkó, he collaborated with many of Greece's foremost composers. His death is estimated to have come more than a week earlier, on March 5, from a suspected heart attack. Roussos was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, on 15 June 1946 in a family where both father George (Engineer Yorgos Roussos) and mother Olga were of Greek origin. In January 2008, Makris' new CD single "Mou Eipes Psemata was released and in the upcoming months, he will star in a new Greek television series. More foreign language covers of this song also exist. In 1946, Tsitsanis returned to Athens and began recording many of his own compositions that made famous many of the singers that worked, Yiannis Parios (Greek: Γιάννης Πάριος) is a Greek laiko singer. He was raised there by his Greek parents, and later his family moved back to their native Thessaloniki, Greece, where he finished school. In 1956 he scored a top 5 hit with "Auf Cuba sind die Mädchen braun". Dimitris Koutsavlakis (also Demetris Coutsavlakis, born in 1977) is a Greek model and singer.

A follow up LP was released a year later in 1975. He released the album Enas Rebetis. Antonis Remos (Greek: Αντώνης Ρέμος; Greek pronunciation: [anˈdonis ˈremos]) (born Antonis Paschalidis; Greek: Αντώνης Πασχαλίδης; 19 June 1970), is a Greek laïko singer. Dionysiou went to work as a tailor and was married, at age 20, to Georgia Laveni.

He died suddenly in 2004, aged 54. During his studies, Exarhos worked as a sound producer at Vault Recording Studios in Hackney, London, where he worked with several British hip hop artists, including Klashnekoff, Bury Crew, Skinnyman, Taskforce, Iceberg Slim, Mike GLC and JMC. Frangoulis was born on December 18, 1966 in Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia) of Greek parents. Rasoulis was born in 1945 in Heraklion, Crete. Karvelas has released multiple personal studio albums that have had mild to big success. After several appearances on various recordings as a guest singer, his debut album was released in early 1969, a self-titled album released on the Minos label. After 3 albums & a maxi-single Scraptown split up and Rakintzis started a solo career.

In 2002 Panos participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in Tallinn Estonia, with the band ONE representing Cyprus with the song “Gimme” and finishing in 6th place.

During his long career, Skordalos performed in most of the countries where one can find Cretan immigrants like the United States, Australia, Canada and Africa.

His father is a guitarist and composer, Titos Kalliris. His parents lost their possessions during the Suez Crisis and consequently decided to move to Greece. Vlassis started his music career by creating a group called "ΠΕΛΟΜΑ ΜΠΟΚΙΟΥ", ("PELOMA BOKIOU") in the early 1970s, which was named after the initials of the names of the members of the group. The audience in his home city took a particular liking in his style. He graduated from the Conservatory in 1984, and although he did not further his violin studies, this particular musical training assisted Frangoulis with his. A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. After this he joined We Five (not the San Francisco, California folk-rock group), another covers band which had limited success in Greece. In 1963 he moved to Athens, terminating his law studies in favour of his career in music. During the 1970s, he studied law at the University of Athens.

In May 2005, Psarantonis performed at the World Music Institute's 20th anniversary benefit concert at Town Hall, New York. He is considered one of the most significants modern Greek actors. He died on January 29, 1975 in Athens and is buried at the First Cemetery in a family grave. He next re-recorded older songs by laika masters such as Vassilis Tsitsanis, Yiannis Papaioannou, Giorgos Mitsakis and Manolis Chiotis.

Most famous Singers from Greece is a public top list created by Listnerd on rankly.com on February 20th 2014.

Rankly is a social top list community. He was the first of two brothers born to Haralambos Kazantzidis (of Pontian roots from Ordu) and Gesthimani Kazantzidis, who came from the Town of Alanya (known as Alaiya) in Southern Turkey and migrated to Greece as a result of the Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922).

Bithikotsis was born in Peristeri, Athens, in 1922 to a poor family. From a young age, Tsitsanis was interested in music and learnt to play the bouzouki, violin and the mandolin which were the mainstay of so many of his songs. His latest album has the title "Gia hari sou boro" (for you i can) in which he has collaborated with several artists, among them with Vassilios Pallis, a talented composer.

He is still singing but no longer composing (since his last CD "The Millennium"). Nikolas Asimos was born in Thessaloniki. Shortly after his appearance on Dream Show, he signed a contract with Sony BMG Greece and released his first CD-single in the summer of 2006 titled "Panda Mazi" (Always together). Exarhos also worked as a producer at AMG Records, which led him to his first recording contract as "Stereo Mike" with AMG's hip-hop sub-label Mo' Money Recording$. He is the leader of the band Pavlos Pavlidis & The B-Movies (Greek: Παύλος Παυλίδης & The B-Movies). So she started a musical career at a very….

Readers of the music magazine Popcorn voted him "Best singer of the Year" in 1991. For more of his activities, you can watch his videos (films, tv series etc.) Poios 1994 She used to sing at her…, Marinella (Greek: Μαρινέλλα) (born May 20, 1938) is a popular Greek singer whose career has spanned several decades.

Success, however would not come until the late 1960s when he turned several Akis Panos, Anastasios "Sakis" Rouvas II (Greek: Αναστάσιος "Σάκης" Ρουβάς, pronounced [ˈsakis ruˈvas]; 5 January 1972), often referred to mononymously as Sakis, is a Greek musician, television and film artist, businessman, and former pole vaulter who is one of the most successful and influential entertainers of all time in Greece and Cyprus. He returned to Greece for his military duties, and once completed started getting involved with his love of singing. He made his first appearance as a singer in 1969. He worked with some of the best known Greek composers, such as Mikis Theodorakis, Stavros Xarhakos, Giorgos Zabetas , Manos Hadjidakis, Marios Tokas and Thanos Mikroutsikos, and was one of the top performers of Greek popular music for over four decades. In 2003, Vertis signed with Universal Music Greece and released his debut album titled Poli Apotoma Vradiazei (It becomes night quickly). At the same time, he learned piano, harmony and singing at the Odeum while working as a pianist and singer in well-known clubs of Thessaloniki. He was born in Pervolia, Rethymno and started playing the lyra since he was a kid. The couple would have four children.

His grandfather kept company with a group of 5-6 men who stole from the Turks. He started to become known at the end of the 1970s. He became interested in music at an early age, and acquired a bouzouki as soon as he was able. Karvelas' career as a singer started in 1985, Loukas Daralas (Greek: Λουκάς Νταράλας) (1927–1977) was born in Athens and is perhaps best known as the father of contemporary singer George Dalaras. Prior he had also done modelling work and played basketball in amateur minor leagues where he won some medals, as well as majoring in computer technologies at American College of Greece. Alkistis began a remarkable singing…, Kalliopi Zina (born March 8, 1975), known professionally as Peggy Zina, is a Greek singer-songwriter. He married Hrisoula Papadaki from Rethimnon and they had two sons and two daughters.


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