Thalassinos Pantelis

 

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Born: 11-06-1958
From: Greece, Piraeus

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Born in Piraeus in June 11th 1958, Pandelis Thalassinos is a genuine islander. His father, Michalis, was born in the island of Chios and his mother, Euaggelia, was descended from Serifos.
In the age of 2, Pantelis moves with his family to Chios, where he attends to school. It was there that, for the first time at the age of 7, he starts playing guitar.
1967 finds Pantelis back to Piraeus, where he participates in many small bands, playing mainly rock music.
In 1976, he embarks for one year on the ship “Kapetan Stamatis”. Upon his return, he starts performing semi-professionally in small music scenes around Athens. At the same time he works for a shipping agency, where he remained for 12 years.
In February 1980, Pantelis is called to serve his military duties in Ryzia, Evros, and Kastanies. 22 months later his military service is over and Pantelis returns to Piraeus. He continues to perform live in various stages -the most important among them being ‘Petra kai Fos ~ Stone and Light’.

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"Sleep Out" την Παρασκευή 30/3 στην πλατεία Κλαυθμώνος

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29 March 12, 21:58
Η ΚΛΙΜΑΚΑ συνεχίζοντας την μακρόχρονη προσπάθεια αντιμετώπισης του προβλήματος των αστέγων, διοργανώνει, την Παρασκευή 30 Μαρτίου 2012, για 7η συνεχή χρονιά, από τις 06:00 μ.μ έως 08:00 π.μ (Σαββάτου 31 Μαρτίου) στην Πλατεία Κλαυθμώνος, βραδιά «Sleep Out» καλώντας τους πολίτες να βιώσουν...

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