Synonyms for karvelas or Related words with karvelas

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Examples of "karvelas"
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas and Anna Vissi.
In May 2003, Vissi performed with Nikos Karvelas and Irini Merkouri at "Boom" in Thessaloniki, Greece. On 15 July 2003, Vissi gave a concert at "A Plaz Voulas/Apollonies Aktes", with special guest star Nikos Karvelas.
The album "Sinentefxi" was released on Monday, 30 November 2015 featuring 14 new songs. All songs were composed by Nikos Karvelas, while lyrics were provided by Karvelas and Gerasimos Evangelatos (in four songs).
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas and Natalia Germanou (4, 5, 10).
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas except on the following tracks:
All lyrics by Anna Vissi and all music by Nikos Karvelas.
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas, Apostolos Diavolikis, and Natalia Germanou.
Karvelas died in 1991 and was buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas. Lyrics are by Stavros Sideras.
In the winter of 1994 Rouvas collaborated with singer-songwriter and record producer Nikos Karvelas on his fourth album, "Aima, Dakrya & Idrotas" ("Blood, tears & sweat"), and its singles ""Ela Mou"" ("Come To Me") and ""Xana"" ("Again") became radio hits. Rouvas' collaboration with Karvelas was received skeptically by the media; when asked why he had chosen to collaborate with Rouvas, Karvelas said: "Sakis is the only star out of a generation which produces dull artists."
It was first reported in September 2010 that Anna Vissi was working with previous long-time collaborator and former husband Nikos Karvelas on songs for her forthcoming album. The song marks Vissi's first collaboration with Karvelas in four years. Speaking to the magazine "Life & Style", Vissi stated that she had a desire to work with Karvelas once more, while he also felt the same way. She further stated that she felt they were made for each other artistically.
Nikos Karvelas (; born September 8, 1951) is a Greek songwriter, producer, and singer. He has sold millions of records as a producer and is most recognizable for his three-decade-long collaboration with Anna Vissi, while some of his other well-known collaborations include Tolis Voskopoulos and Sakis Rouvas. Karvelas has released multiple personal studio albums that have had mild to big success. In 2012, Alpha TV ranked Karvelas as the 13th top-certified composer in Greece in the phonographic era.
On January 1, 2008, she gave birth to a son. In November 2008, Pania and Karvelas were arrested by the police after a police chase, which started off with them running a red light. The incident supposedly started when the car driven by Karvelas ran a red light. Police then began to chase them and turned their sirens on to pull them over. Karvelas continued on, running further red lights and driving erratically. Pania and Karvelas allege that they were listening to a new song that Karvelas wrote, with the volume up high, did not hear any sirens and were not aware of any police chasing them. They also deny ever running the red light.
In January 2008, Karvelas and his fiancé Annita Pania had a son named Andreas. In November 2008, Pania and Karvelas were arrested by the police after an alleged police chase, which started off with them running a red light. The incident supposedly started when a car, driven by Karvelas, ran a red light. Police then allegedly followed them and turned their sirens on to pull them over. Karvelas allegedly continued on, running further red lights and driving erratically, while the police continued to chased him. Pania and Karvelas allege that they were listening to a new song Karvelas wrote, with the volume up high, and did no hear any sirens and were not aware of any police. They also deny ever running the red light. Later, the couple claimed that the policemen not only were overzealous, commanding and rude (using the word "re"), but also threatened them with their weapons. Pania also mentioned later on TV that she does respect the police, but on the other hand the couple would not comply to "bullies", "cops" and "baskines" (the latter is a pejorative Greek word signifying policemen), whose insulting behavior rather "reminded of the Greek Junta". The couple vowed to take the subject up in court. Pania and Karvelas were later judged in court, found guilty and sentenced to 14 and 10 months in prison respectively, though they were allowed to buy out their sentences.
Filippos Karvelas (1877 or 1879 – 1952) was a Greek gymnast. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
Mete Özgencil, Emre Irmak, Nilüfer, Nikos Karvelas, Suat Suna, Şehrazat, Gökhan Kırdar, Sadun Ersönmez, Asya, İskender Paydaş, Ümit Sayın
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas, Natalia Germanou (Track 14 - lyrics) and Apostolos Diavolikis (Track 07 - lyrics)
Music and lyrics are by Nikos Karvelas. Also Anna Vissi and Sarantis Alivizatos contributed to some lyrics.
In 1996 Rouvas released his fifth studio album, "Tora Arhizoun Ta Dyskola" ("Now the Hard Times Start"), again collaborating with Nikos Karvelas and lyricist Natalia Germanou. During the winter he sang with Anna Vissi at the Chaos Club in Athens, appearing in the duet ""Se Thelo, Me Theleis"" ("I Want You, You Want Me", also written by Karvelas) on her 1997 album "Travma" ("Trauma").
In the beginning of the 1980s, Karvelas met Vissi and a few years later, in 1983, they got married. They have a daughter named Sofia Karvela. The couple later got divorced, but remain good friends up to date, while Karvelas also writes most of Vissi's songs.