Synonyms for kalimera or Related words with kalimera

einai              erotas              koritsia              lampsi              stin              agapo              tragoudi              ellada              agapis              treli              erota              agapes              nyhta              voskopoulos              stigmi              eheis              rantevou              natassa              giati              nychta              eimai              chronia              megales              hronia              tragoudia              kyprou              gynaika              theodoridou              nihta              kosmou              emmones              tsaligopoulou              tsotou              prodosia              apopse              tolis              apostolia              mporo              paradisou              protopsalti              tzeni              poios              erastis              diakopes              epitihies              tragouda              alkistis              akoma              asteri              stigmes             



Examples of "kalimera"
B-side: "Kalimera ilie", Kostas Smokovitis and Aleka Aliberti (Manos Loizos)
Olympiou's first album, "Ton Mation sou i Kalimera", includes music by Pandelis Thalassinos, Manoli Lidaki, Gerasimos Andreatos.
The theme song of Proinos Kafes, was "Kalimera" - a song originally sung by Alexia Vassiliou, also known as, Alexia, in her 1990 album, 'Ela Mia Nyxta'.
Greece's second longest-running soap is "Kalimera Zoi" ("Goodmorning Life"), which ran from September 1993 until its cancellation in June 2006 due to low ratings.
He has worked with the most successful Greek singers, composing the music and writing the lyrics for a large number of hit songs. (I akti, Pame gi’alles polities, Lathos epohi, Simera, Efiges noris, Zoi klemmeni, Kalimera ti kanis, etc).
They sing in a variety of languages, and are signed to Fire Records since 2010. and have released five albums: "Shaking Dog" (2007), "Kalimera" (2009), "Kellies" (2011)"Total Exposure" (2013) and "Friends & Lovers" (2016).
Louis Kondos (born 13 February 1946, Athens, Greece), is a Greek soap opera actor. He appeared on "Kalimera Zoi" on the ANT1 network from 1994 until the show's end in 2006.
It is also seen in over 15 other countries, including across Canada via the Odyssey Network and the United States via ANT1 Satellite network. Replacing reruns of Lampsi and Kalimera Zoi, the show has attracted quite a lot of fans outside Greece as it is aired at the 7 p.m. timeslot (like in Greece).
During of this season she gave a lots of interviews in several Greek Late Night Shows like "Ola" with Themos Anastasiadis and "Vrady" with Petros Kostopoulos, and early-morning shows like "Kalimera ellada" with Giorgos Papadakis and "Fthistv" with Thanasis Patras which all was aired by Ant1.
His TV daily serial "Lampsi" was a huge success and ran for 14 seasons getting into the Guinness World Records in 1995. He gained another entry into the Guinness World Records for writing two daily TV series, "Lampsi" and "Kalimera Zoi", for ten years. "Lampsi" was shown for 13 years from 1991 to 2005 with a total of 3457 episodes produced.
Kalimera Ellada (; ) is a television morning program aired by ANT1 on 28 April 1992 until 1 July 2011 and revived on 7 September 2015 and hosted by Giorgos Papadakis. Contents of the program, which is very famous in its country, includes country and local news, daily presentation of newspaper's frontpages, etc.
In 1973, Alexiou participates in the albums "Kalimera ilie" ("Good Morning, Sun") by Manos Loïzos and Lefteris Papadopoulos, "Byzantinos Esperinos" ("Byzantine Vesper") by Apostolos Kaldaras and Lefteris Papadopoulos and "Odos Aristotelous" ("Aristotelous Street") by Yannis Spanos and Lefteris Papadopoulos. Meeting Manos Loïzos was the beginning of a lifelong friendship and a prolific cooperation.
It launched on 31 December 1989, the same year as rival Mega Channel, and is owned by ANT1 Group. ANT1 had been the most-popular network in Greece for years with its line up of hit series including popular dramas "Lampsi" and "Kalimera Zoi". Programming consists of comedies, dramas, news, current affairs programs, game shows and entertainment shows.
Their second album, "Kalimera", was released in June 2009. On this occasion Ceci co-wrote the eleven songs with the other two members. The trio toured Europe for the first time, performing at several festivals, such as Down By The River, Open Air, Secret Garden Party, Teenitus Fest, Festival Jarana or Fusion Festival.
In December 2014 Vandi released her new album 'De me stamatises' (including 10 tracks). It was the first album since 1997, in which none of the songs was written by her long-time producer Phoebus. Instead, she collaborated again with various songwriters, among which: Dimitris Kontopoulos, Eleni Giannatsoulia, Olga Vlahopoulou, Giorgos Sampanis, Nikos Moraitis and Vasilis Gavriilidis. The first three new singles "Kalimera" ,"Ola allazoun" and "Kane kati", where released right after her return to Heaven Music.
In the park, there is a small monument containing an ancient Attic burial stone, given by the city of Athens to Calimera in 1957. At the top of this monument is a motto, referring to the burial stone: ""Zeni su en ise ettù sti Kalimera"" (in Greek script: Τσένη 'σού 'εν είσαι ετού στη Καλημέρα), meaning "You are not a stranger here in Calimera", which underlines the close relationship and common origins of Calimera with the rest of Greek civilisation.
Galicia has several free and community radiostations. Cuac FM is the headquarters of the Community Media Network (which brings together media non-profit oriented and serve their community). CUAC FM (A Coruña), Radio Filispim (Ferrol), Radio Roncudo (corme), Kalimera Radio (Santiago de Compostela), Radio Piratona (Vigo) and Radio Clavi (Lugo) are part of the Galician Network of Free and Association of Community Radio Broadcasters(ReGaRLiC)
In June 2009, it was officially confirmed that Kelly Kelekidou left Sony Music Greece and signed to Heaven Music. Shortly after, Kelekidou released a new digital single titled "Kalimera (Kalosirthes Agapi)", a retro sounding pop song, substantially different in style to her previous material. On September 13, 2010, Kelekidou released a new single titled "Teleftaia Fora", with music and lyrics by Giorgos Moukidis. She is expected to release her new album in late September. For the 2010-2011 winter season, Kelekidou will be singing alongside Nikos Kourkoulis and Kostas Karafotis at club "Teatro".
She is best known for her roles on the now defunct long running Greek soap operas, Kalimera Zoi, and Lampsi on the ANT1 network, she will also temporarily join the cast of Erotas later this year, which conicidentally her daughter Vera Kondos guest stars in. It was confirmed that she will be playing a villain. She suffers from osteoporosis and osteo-arthritis. In 2006 she discovered that her year of birth had been miscounted, instead of being born in 1942 she was in fact born in 1943.
When she was young, Cita Citata often sang dangdut at wedding receptions with Gemilang Abdi Pratama. She began to sing pop in high school. Then, she began to sing jazz. She started her career as a jazz singer, but joined Sani Music Indonesia in mid 2014 as a dangdut singer. Her single "Kalimera Athena" was written by Doel Sumbang. Citata released the single "Sakitnya Tuh Disini" because of a breakup with Gemilang (familiarly called Shahmi). In a few weeks, the song topped various radio stations in Indonesia. Subsequently, she was earning a awards for Best Contemporary Dangdut Female Solo Artist at the 18th Annual Anugerah Musik Indonesia