Synonyms for hatzigiannis or Related words with hatzigiannis

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Examples of "hatzigiannis"
Michalis Hatzigiannis (Greek: Μιχάλης Χατζηγιάννης; born 5 November 1978 in Nicosia, Cyprus) is a popular Greek Cypriot recording artist. From 2000 to 2009, Hatzigiannis has received over 30 certifications in Greece alone, making him one of the most successful artists of the decade. Hatzigiannis is also known for representing Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1998. In 2010, Hatzigiannis released his first English language album in Europe. In 2010, "Forbes" listed Hatzigiannis as the 22nd most powerful and influential celebrity in Greece and fifth highest ranked singer.
In June 2003, Olympiou started her cooperation with Michalis Hatzigiannis with the CD single "Vale Mousiki" with music by Hatzigiannis and lyrics by Eleana Vrachali. The album included a duet with Hatzigiannis, ""Na 'soun allios"", which was very successful. A year later the CD became platinum.
In October 2011, Tryfonos started appearing alongside Michalis Hatzigiannis at his shows in Greece, Cyprus, Europe and North America. Realizing her potential, Hatzigiannis signed Valando to his label M2 in co-operation with Universal Music Greece in 2012. She subsequently released her first single on the label in July 2012, titled "Na Mou Exigisis" (Explain to me) penned by Hatzigiannis with lyrics by Eleana Vrahali.
The song deals with the creation of humanity itself, with Hatzigiannis singing about the joyous event that this was.
In December 2010, Hatzigiannis released the studio album "To Kalitero Psema" (The best lie). The album was certified 4x Platium.
For the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest, Cyprus entered "Genesis", performed by Michalis Hatzigiannis. It received 37 points and 11th place.
MAD TV conducted a poll for its readers about who would have the best album for the holiday season out of Vissi, Michalis Hatzigiannis, and Sakis Rouvas; Vissi and Hatzigiannis both tied with 31 per cent, while Rouvas won the poll with 36 per cent of the vote.
Prior to the album's release, Universal Music Germany released a promotional television trailer of Hatzigiannis, as well as launching a German-language website. Both the TV commercial and the website emphasized Hatzigiannis' Greek sales and platinum albums. An exclusive bonus song was also included with the purchase of the album from the iTunes Store. Hatzigiannis will be appearing on morning show "Morgenmagazin" on ARD on August 20, 2010 as well as special morning show "Fernsehgarten" on ZDF on August 22, 2010 for promotion of his album. The album was officially released in Greece and Cyprus on September 28, 2010.
"7" features 11 new tracks with music written by Hatzigiannis himself. Lyrics are by Nikos Moraitis and Eleana Vrahali, with "Alli Mia Nihta" being written entirely by Hatzigiannis. The album includes the song "I Agapi Pou Meni" (Polikatikia), which is also the title track to the Greek show "I Polikatikia" (The Apartment Building) on Mega Channel. The album was sponsored by OTE, which had also sponsored many of Hatzigiannis' past albums and singles. The album was also released as a "special edition", that includes a bonus booklet. Backing vocals are performed by Despina Olympiou on tracks 3, 7 and 10, and by Marlen Angelidou on tracks 4, 5 and 8.
"Genesis" (Greek script: "Γένεσις", English translation: "Genesis") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1998, performed in Greek by Michalis Hatzigiannis.
In Cyprus the album also charted at no1. On July 2009 it was announced by Hatzigiannis local promoters Cyta (Cyprus Telecommunications) that the album went Platinum.
Concerts are often held here. Famous singers such as Anna Vissi, Sakis Rouvas, Antonis Remos and Michalis Hatzigiannis have played the venue over the years.
In 2005, Antonis Remos performed live in Athens Arena for a second year in the row. This time he sang with Mihalis Hatzigiannis.
Later Olympiou released her album, "Mazi Xorista" once again cooperating with Michalis, with lyrics by Eleana Vrachali and Nikos Moraitis. The album was re-released in 2008, this time gold, and includes the song ""Pes to Dinata"", ""Mazi Xorista"" and her duet with Michalis Hatzigiannis, ""O Paradisos (Den Ftiahtike Gia Mas)"". The album also includes the new song ""Omorfa Psemata"", written by Michalis Hatzigiannis and Nikos Moraitis.
In July 2010, Hatzigiannis released "Everyone Dance", the English version of the Greek hit "Heria Psila" with English lyrics by Rea Garvey of Reamonn. Hatzigiannis had previously collaborated with Rea Garvey and Reamonn for a performance of the song Tonight at the 2007 MAD Video Music Awards. A video for "Everyone Dance" was shot in the Aegean, and released on July 19, 2010. On July 30, 2010, Hatzigannis released "Everyone Dance" as a two track CD-Single in Germany.
Mihalis is a studio album by Greek-Cypriot singer Mihalis Hatzigiannis. Released in Germany on August 13, 2010 on Universal Music Germany via the label We Love Music, the album marks Hatzigiannis' first English-language album and eleventh overall studio album. The album contains twelve songs, along with a bonus song available exclusively on iTunes Store. Seven of the songs are English translations of his past Greek hits. A pan-European release is planned throughout the fall.
Hatzigiannis was born in Nicosia, Cyprus on 5 November 1978. He is a graduate of the Cyprus Music Academy (Royal College of London) with a degree in piano, guitar and music theory.
The album was mostly produced with Swedish-based Lionheart Music, an affiliate of Universal Music Sweden, which collaborates with sister company, Universal Music Greece, which is Hatzigiannis' native label.
2011 cover features included Sissi Christidou, Erika Prezerakou, Maria Solomou, Kalomoira Sarantis, Zeta Makrypoulia, Alexis Georgoulis, Katerina Papoutsaki, Michalis Hatzigiannis, Eleonora Meleti, Elli Kokkinou, Sakis Rouvas and Dimitra Matsouka.
In March 2006, Onirama was nominated for "Best pop band" at the 5th Arion Music Awards, while they also appeared with Ble, Adrianna Babali, Vasilis Papakonstandinou, and Michalis Hatzigiannis.