Synonyms for melisses or Related words with melisses
Examples of "melisses"
(literally The Bees in Greek) is made up of:
On June 10, 2012, Elena Paparizou guest-starred on Petro Kostiopoulos's final show, "Vradi." Paparizou and
performed the track "Popular" by Eric Saade as a part of their act. Originally Paparizou and
stated their summer tour would begin in late June; however, tour dates were later changed. Tour dates were publicized on Paparizou and
' official Facebook pages.
Elena Paparizou &
Live was a joint concert tour by Greek contemporary laïka and pop singer Elena Paparizou and the Greek pop band
started in Pafos, Cyprus on July 27, 2012. The acts toured 10 cities in Greece and three in Cyprus, ending in September 2012. The first solo tour for
, it had been after being postponed for a week due to National Cyprus Day and to the economic crisis in Greece.
In 2014 she released her debut Greek-language solo single, "Agapise Me" (love me), with music and lyrics written by fiancée and lead vocalist of
, Chris Mastoras.
(Greek; Μέλισσες, stylized as "ΜΕΛΙSSES") is a Greek pop-rock band that was formed in May 2008 with Chris Mastoras on lead vocals. The band has released three albums as of early 2015.
"Krata Ta Matia Sout Klista" (Greek: Κράτα τα ματια σου κλειστα; English: Keep your eyes closed) is the first single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her second album "San Ena Oniro", written and produced by
. It was released on 23 April, 2011.
In April 2015, Foureira with Pantelis Pantelidis and
, began live appearances in "Fantasia". On April 30, she performed her new song "Ladies" at the Mad Video Music Awards. On May 16, she signed with Panik Records. In June 2015, she performed her new track "Pio Dynata", the Greek version of "Ladies".
Adamou's first tour was in summer of 2010 along with Stavento while the second tour was with
in summer of 2011. For both tours, the singers toured in more than 50 places in Greece and Cyprus. In 2011, she joined Panos Kiamos and Kostas Martakis at their residency concert in the Posidonio Music Hall.
Her debut studio album, "San Ena Oniro", was released in 2011 and had ten tracks including her collaboration single with
, "Krata Ta Matia Sou Klista". The singles apart from the collaboration single, were "Kano Mia Efhi", "Voltes St Asteria" and "La La Love", with the latter being included in the euro edition of the album.
A few hours before the ceremony a MAD PreShow was held with
, Melina Zisi, Snik, OGE, The Fade and Stelios Legakis performing cover versions of the best performances through the ten years of the awards. The songs were picked by the fans in April.
Barrice made his debut when he was chosen to be the act of the Positive Group Vegas, in Amita Motion and then he released his first single "Na souna edo". However, he has made many covers of known English and Greek songs, some of them "Don't" by Ed Sheeran, "Eleges" by
Paparizou recorded her new song in November 2015. "Misi Kardia" is written by Chris Mazz, Andy Nicolas & Yiannis Doxas and it was exclusively released on 89,8 Dromos FM. The music video was released on 15 February, along with the official release of the song. On 20 March 2016 Paparizou performed in "Dromos Superstar Voices" at BOX Athens with special host the Greek band "
In 2000 his music for the movie of Nikos Panagiotopoulos "Afti I Nihta Menei" (This Is The Last Night) took the National Award in Thessaloniki Film Festival, while his music for the TV series "Istera Irthan I
" (And Then The Bees Came) (based on the book by Yiannis Xanthoulis) took the Award for Best Music in the Television Awards.
The national final took place on 11 March 2014 at the Acro Music Hall in Athens, hosted by Despina Vandi and Giorgos Kapoutzidis. The competing artists each performed their candidate song in addition to a commemorative series of performances from a number of guests that marked the 40th anniversary of the first Greek participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. The guests included Paschalis Arvanitidis, Marianna Toli, Robert Williams, Bessy Argyraki,
, Elpida, Tamta, Sophia Vossou, Demy, Katy Garbi, Vegas, Kalomira and Claydee.
She also played Maria Callas in Terence MacNally's Master Class, and Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire. She was one of the basic stars in the TV series, "Istera irthan oi
" (2000), directed by Yiannis Koutsomitis. It was one of the few successes that ET1, the state TV channel, had in the last few years. During the 2001-2002 season she played Emma in the classic Pinter play 'Betrayal'. It was a big success, and directed by Stamatis Fasoulis. Her co-stars were S. Zalmas and K. Konstantopoulos.
first became known in 2009 with their single "Krifa" (Secretly, Greek; Κρυφά) and its accompanying music video. They participated on the Greek final for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 performing the song "Kinezos" (Chinese). Though they didn't win, the song became their second single and was a hit. After that came the release of their debut album "Mistiko" (Secret), which included "Krifa", "Kinezos" and 11 more songs. Three more singles were released from the album: "Epikindina Filia" (Dangerous Kisses), "Mistiko" and "Lonely Hearts". They also performed at the 2010 MAD Video Music Awards with Myronas Stratis, singing "Prin mas dei kaneis" and "Kryfa".
The 2013 MAD Video Music Awards will be the 10th award ceremony, hosted by Themis Georgantas and Mary Sinatsaki. They will take place on 25 June 2013. The awards will broadcast from the Tae Kwon Do Stadium in Athens, honoring the best music videos and artists of the past year. The theme song, "We Are Young", is performed by the Australian-Greek singer Vassy. The nominations were announced on 23 May 2013 by the presenter, Themis Georgantas. Vegas received five nominations, while Elena Paparizou, Sakis Rouvas, Michalis Hatzigiannis,
and Demy received four. The song "All the Time" received three nominations, the most for any song.
As every year, a kick-off party was held to mark the start of the Awards. The party was held on 23 May 2013 at the Balux Privé in Athens, the same day the voting opened. Eleni Foureira, Ivi Adamou, Vegas, Kostas Martakis were some of the artists that attended for the party. A 10 hours live concert was held on 14 June to celebrate the 10 years of the awards. Artists including Ivi Adamou,
, Demy, Shaya and Stavento performed in the concert.
Contrary to previous years, the national final did not feature many international guests by participants from other countries in the Eurovision Song Contest as additional entertainment. Instead, the national final featured many past Eurovision winners performing duets with popular Greek singers, including Dima Bilan with Demy, Elena Paparizou with VEGAS, Alexander Rybak with Kostas Martakis, Marija Serifovic with
, Ruslana with Eleni Foureira, and Vicky Leandros with Elena Paparizou. Additionally, Eleftheria Eleftheriou and Ivi Adamou performed a mashup of their 2012 Eurovision entries together. Cypriot Eurovision participant Despina Olympiou also performed her 2013 Eurovision entry. The national final was broadcast live on television through ET1 in Greece, worldwide on ERT World, RIK in Cyprus, as well as online through the official websites of ERT, the Eurovision Song Contest, and MAD TV's YouTube channel. Additionally, the show was rebroadcast later on "Eurovision Channel ERT powered by MAD" on OTE TV.
In early 2011, Adamou admitted that she got proposition from ERT to represent Greece in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest which she turned down stating that even if she's interested in participating, she wants to finish school. In March 2011, she started working on her first studio album. In April 2011, Adamou collaborated with
in the song written by the band, "Krata Ta Matia Sou Klista". Both the song and the music video premiered on 23 April 2013. In May 2011, it was announced that Adamou would release a song named "Murderous" which caused tension between Adamou's and Paparizou's fans as the song was previously announced as Paparizou's song. The song was later included in Adamou's first studio album as a Greek-language song titled "Tis Agapis Ta Thimata".
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