Synonyms for loizos or Related words with loizos

papatheodorou              alkis              konstantaras              dionysis              katrakis              makridis              valtinos              rasoulis              hadjikyriakos              vlavianos              thodoros              myrat              alexandris              voulgaridis              philippos              korkolis              plessas              hatzidakis              lavrentis              koulis              dimitriou              stamatis              mihalopoulos              papathanasiou              axiotis              theofilos              biniaris              lefteris              manthos              diakoulas              apostolis              kazakos              kehagias              babis              papantoniou              rizos              avlonitis              vasiliadis              kritikos              miltos              panagiotidis              diamantis              makis              karouzos              voglis              vagelis              karamitsos              tolis              perpiniadis              michalakis             

Examples of "loizos"
A-side: "Poios to kserei", Haris Alexiou (Manos Loizos)
B-side: "Kalimera ilie", Kostas Smokovitis and Aleka Aliberti (Manos Loizos)
A-side: "O fantaros", Haris Alexiou (M. Loizos, M. Rasoulis), from the LP "Ta tragoudia tis Haroulas"
Nicholas Clapp is married to Bonnie Loizos, now Bonnie Clapp. He has two daughters, Jennifer and Cristina.
Loizos Papasavva (; born September 14, 1994) is a Cypriot footballer who currently plays for Digenis Oroklinis as a defender.
Manos Loïzos (, also transliterated as "Loizos" and "Loisos") was considered to be one of the most important Greek Cypriot music composers of the 20th century.
Music and lyrics are by Doros Georgiadis, Spiros Blassopoulos, Antonis Vardis, Panos Falaras, Giannis Spanos, Manos Eleftheriou, M. Terzis, G. Karakatsanis, G. Gerasimidis, and K. Loizos.
"De Tha Xanagapiso" () is a song performed by Stelios Kazantzidis. The lyrics are written by Lefteris Papadopoulos and music is composed by Manos Loizos. The English translation of the title is "I Shall not Love Again".
Yiannis Parios has worked with many of the leading Greek composers, including Manos Loizos, Yorgos Hadzinasios, Stavros Xarchakos, Stamatis Spanoudakis, Yorgos Katsaros, Marios Tokas, Yannis Spanos and Mikis Theodorakis.
Rasoulis was born in 1945 in Heraklion, Crete. He frequently collaborated with famous musicians such as Manos Loizos, Stavros Kougioumtzis, Nikos Xydakis, and Christos Nikolopoulos, and singers such as Vasilis Papakonstantinou, Haris Alexiou, Sokratis Malamas, and Nikos Papazoglou.
Anorthosis lineup: Costas Hadjigeorgiou "Kotsios", Moses Mantzalos, Xanthos Sarris (46' Phaedrus Farmakalidis), Eugene Zervidis "Voskaris" (46' George Procopius "Prokopis"), Pambos Charalambous, Aristos Raphael (captain ), Loizos Hadjiloizou, Costakis Antoniades (Marios Papadopolos "China"), Costakis Xanthoullis, Panos Siailos, Antonis Papadopoulos
Glykeria began her career in 1974 working in the Athens Plaka music "boites" and gave performances with well-known artists, singing songs by M. Hadjidakis, M. Theodorakis, M. Loizos and others.
He was born on 22 October 1937 to Cypriot immigrants in Alexandria, Egypt. His parents came from the small village of Agioi Vavatsinias, in the district of Larnaca, Cyprus. Loizos moved to Athens at the age of 17 intending to study pharmacology but soon gave up his studies in order to concentrate on his musical career. He was a self-taught musician, with no formal musical arts training. His first recordings were made in 1963 but he started gaining a larger audience after 1967. By 1975 Loizos had become one of the most popular artists in Greek music.
Papadopoulos became involved with music in 1963. He has written the lyrics for about 1,200 songs and has co-worked with nearly all of the well-known musicians, composers and singers of his generation, namely Mikis Theodorakis, Stavros Xarhakos, Manos Loizos, Stavros Koujioumtzis, Mimis Plessas, Christos Nikolopoulos, Stelios Kazantzidis, Grigoris Bithikotsis, George Dalaras, Marinella, Viki Mosholiou and others. In 1969, composer Mimis Plessas's work of songs "O Dromos", to which Papadopoulos contributed the lyrics, became the fastest selling Greek album. Of all the creative partnerships that Papadopoulos has had with Greek composers, that of his close friend Manos Loizos is considered a landmark of his career.
He died on 17 September 1982 in a hospital in Moscow, Soviet Union after suffering several strokes. He was well known for his leftist political ideology and was an outspoken critic of the Greek military junta. He was also an active member of the Greek Communist Party. The year 2007 was declared "Manos Loizos Year" in Greece.
In 1985, a big concert dedicated to his memory took place in the Athens Olympic Stadium, attended by more than 50,000 people with singers George Dalaras, Haris Alexiou, Giannis Kalatzis, Dimitra Galani and Vasilis Papakonstantinou performing. Manos Loizos' songs and music remain popular until today among all ages of the Greek society.
In 1977, popular Greek singer Anna Vissi competed at the festival and won first place. 1980 saw the retirement of the festival's original host since 1962, Alkis Steas, and the participation of Cypriot Greek composer Manos Loizos in the contest. In 1991 Greek pop star Sakis Rouvas took part in the contest.
Loizos Kakoyiannis (born May 2, 1981 in Cyprus) is a Cypriot football defender, who currently plays for Enosis Neon Parekklisia. He started his professional career from Apollon Limassol and then he played also for Ethnikos Achnas, Omonia Nicosia, AEL Limassol, AEP Paphos, Aris Limassol, P.A.O. Krousona, Karmiotissa and Akritas Chlorakas.
Many of his poems have been set to music by the Turkish composer Zülfü Livaneli. A part of his work has been translated into Greek by Yiannis Ritsos, and some of these translations have been arranged by the Greek composers Manos Loizos and Thanos Mikroutsikos.
Se Fonto Kokkino is the longest running daily Cypriot soap opera. The show consists of 735 episodes in three seasons and it was produced and broadcast by Sigma TV, created by Demetres Tokaris and directed by Nick G Kokkinos, Loizos Markides, Kiros Rossidis and Giorgos Siougas.