Synonyms for kourkoulis or Related words with kourkoulis

oikonomopoulos              tsalikis              dionisis              kourkoulos              mazonakis              doxas              kokotas              hadjikyriakos              tatasopoulos              xydakis              chiotis              rokkos              martakis              aliagas              mouratidis              machlas              dionysis              stefanidis              kapoutzidis              dabizas              koulis              kostenoglou              kazakos              lefteris              pliatsikas              romanidis              tsachiridis              anastopoulos              engonopoulos              efthimis              alexandris              mitropanos              lakis              charisis              kopitsis              tiktopoulos              liberopoulos              galakteros              avlonitis              savvidakis              bogris              giannopoulos              dimitriou              vaggelis              tasos              panteliadis              tsiforos              nioplias              panagiotarakos              papatheodorou             



Examples of "kourkoulis"
Sarbel started singing at Votanikos club in Athens, at 2008, along with Natassa Theodoridou and Nikos Kourkoulis.
On 1 December 2010, Kelekidou released her fourth studio album titled "Aggeli Stin Kolasi" (Angels in hell), featuring ten songs including an all new duet with Nikos Kourkoulis. In January 2011, Kelekidou will embark on a North American tour with Kourkoulis, performing in Montreal, Chicago, Boston, Toronto, and Atlantic City.
For the winter 2009–2010 season, Martakis appeared weekly at club "Theatro" alongside Nikos Kourkoulis and Aggeliki Iliadi in support of "Pio Konta".
In March 2008, Kelekidou started a one-month appearance with Giorgos Tsalikis at club "Andro Peiraios". In April 2010, Kelekidou released her third album titled "Makria Sou Den Iparho". Around the same time, she also started appearances with Nikos Kourkoulis at club "ORAMA" in Thessaloniki. Following their appearances in Thessaloniki, in July 2008 Kelly Kelekidou and Nikos Kourkoulis went on a mini-tour in Australia, performing 3 sold-out concerts in Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne.
In late 2006, Kelekidou started appearing alongside Nikos Kourkoulis at club "Fos". That same year, she released her second album titled "Sygkentrosou", which peaked at number 11 on the IFPI album charts.
Following her performance at Eurovision, Kadi went to Greece in August where she performed with Nikos Kourkoulis at "Poseidon" nightclub. She is planning to release her debut album in December 2008.
In 2007, she released the album "Natasa", celebrating her 10 years in Greek discography. The album gained gold certification only two weeks after its release. In September she started appearances with Nikos Kourkoulis and Elli Kokkinou at club "Votanikos". Sarbel soon replaced Kokkinou because of her pregnancy.
Kelekidou is married to fellow Greek singer Nikos Kourkoulis, with whom she has collaborated numerous times since the start of her career. The two had been dating for years and married on July 14, 2009. Kelekidou gave birth to the couple's son on August 31, 2009.
In September 2007, she started appearances with Nikos Kourkoulis and Natassa Theodoridou at club "Votanikos". In November 2007, she released her fifth studio album titled "Eilikrina" (Honestly). The album peaked at number 2 on the Greek IFPI charts, while her lead single "Lypamai Eilikrina" peaked at number 2 on the Nielsen's Greece Radio Airplay Chart. The album quickly certified gold. Due to her pregnancy, she stopped singing at "Votanikos" club on January 5, 2008 and Sarbel replaced her.
Paparizou toured Europe, performing in all the countries that gave her 12 points. A tour with Nikos Kourkoulis to the Greek diaspora in North America and Australia, followed. Paparizou stated that if she considered doing anything Eurovision-oriented again it be for her birth country Sweden, since she already had her turn with Greece. After performing as an opening act on numerous occasions, Paparizou headlined at Fever for the 2005–06 season, supported by Christos Pazis and with Giorgos Tsalikis.
Shortly after, Kelekidou started performing at clubs in Thessaloniki. In 2005, Kelekidou signed with Sony Music Greece, and released her first album which was self-titled which peaked at number 16 on the IFPI album charts. The first single off the album was "Glyka Glyka Glykia Mou", a remake of a traditional Laïko song by Efi Thodi. The single was a hit, while that same year, she also performed in Athens with Christos Dantis and Nikos Kourkoulis at club "Gkazi".
She studied nursing in Heraklion Crete and worked as a Nurse while at the same time she sang in nightclubs. After eight months she decided to abandon the nursing and deal exclusively with the music. She has collaborated with many artists, such as: Paschalis Terzis, , Antipas, Vasilis Karras, Costas Bigalis, , Sophia Vossou, , Manolis Angelopoulos, , , Giannis Vogiatzis, , Giorgos Mazonakis, Tzeni Vanou, , Rita Sakellariou, Nikos Kourkoulis, Zafeiris Melas, and Lefteris Pantazis. She has released three albums and several singles. She counts more than 20 years in the field of the song.
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".
After the summer of 2004, she left Minos EMI and signed with the newly created imprint Virus Music of the Greek independent record company Legend Recordings. In the fall of 2004, she started appearances at the club "Gazi" with Nikos Kourkoulis and Andreas Stamos. In January 2005, she released her second album under Virus titled "Apo Do Kai Pera" (From here on out). The single "Krima" written by Christos Dantis became a huge radio hit, and her first true big hit. The album produced many hits including "Mou Eleipses", "Apo Do Kai Pera", and "De Vazo Ego Mialo", making her a household name.