Alexiou Haris

 

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Born: 27-12-1950
Web site: www.alexiou.gr
From: Greece, Thiva

Biography

Haris Alexiou appeared in the Greek musical scene in the early '70s. Her charismatic voice, combined with a unique way of performing and a strong scenic presence, very soon led her to the top. Today she is still at the top, always working hard, always seeking new ways of expression and always giving prestige and value to the contemporary light and popular Greek music. She has worked with the most important Greek songwriters, has performed at the greatest musical theatres in all five continents and has received several important awards.
She has had over thirty her own albums recorded, has participated in albums of other artits, either renowned or young and promising, being always open to new ways in music.
The first important step in her career was her participation whith George Dalaras in the album "Mikra Asia" (Asia Minor") written by Apostolos Caldaras and Pythagoras in 1972. A historic album, the biggest hit of the '70s and rightfully included in "MINOS-EMI's 100 Greatest Hit of the Century".

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Χειμώνας 1972. Ο Γιώργος Νταλάρας πηγαίνει ένα βράδυ στο κέντρο «Καν-Καν» στην Πέτρου Ράλλη, προκειμένου να δει και ν’ ακούσει την Πίτσα Παπαδοπούλου με την οποία είχε δουλέψει λίγα χρόνια πριν και οι δυο τους είχανε γίνει φίλοι. Πρώτο «όνομα» στο μαγαζί είναι ο Τόλης...

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gaylehoward
20 July 10
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18 July 10, 23:08
I absolutely love her music and style. I discovered her a very long time ago in Tucson,Arizona in a Greek resturant who kindly told me who was on their sound system. I have been a fan ever since. Greek music and Flamenco seem to express the very essence of the human soul and for that I will always be thankful that I have had the good fortune to experience both of them in my life. Gayle
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