Synonyms for parios or Related words with parios

voskopoulos              tolis              plessas              tsitsanis              mimis              kaldaras              terzis              stamatis              lefteris              kazantzidis              mitropanos              chiotis              mazonakis              korgialas              hatzis              yiannis              gonidis              tsotou              alexiou              kraounakis              dionysis              protopsalti              savvopoulos              hatzigiannis              theiopoulos              manolis              korkolis              hadjinasios              mihalis              theofanous              papatheodorou              arvanitaki              loizos              tsalikis              alkistis              thanasis              tzirakis              martakis              alekos              glykeria              oikonomopoulos              antypas              sotia              natassa              pashalis              erastis              vintzilaios              vaggelis              kouyioumtzis              dionisis             



Examples of "parios"
B-side: "Stis rizes t’ ouranou", Yannis Parios (Nasos Nakas)
B-side: "Kai na ‘mouna to palikari", Yannis Parios (G. Hadjinasios, S. Tsotou)
B-side: "Lovely mandolin [Kokkino garifallo]", Yannis Parios and Haris Alexiou (Nikos Ignatiadis, S. Fassois)
B-side: "Oi dyo zitianoi", Yannis Parios (Ap. Kaldaras, G. Samoladas)
A-side: "Kokkino garyfallo", Yannis Parios and Haris Alexiou (Nikos Ignatiadis)
Haris Alexiou, sings at the closing ceremony, along with D. Galani, Marinella, Y. Parios, G. Dalaras.
Şenyaylar, K. Diamanti, Nilüfer, Yiannis Parios, Haris Alexiou and Ercüment Vural.
Parios has four sons from two marriages. His oldest son, Harry Varthakouris, is an accomplished singer-songwriter himself.
Parea me ton Harry (Greek: "Παρέα με τον Χάρη"; English: "Parea me ton Harry") is the 29th studio album by Greek singer Yiannis Parios. It was released in Greece in 1995 by Minos EMI. It reached 3× platinum status.This is the second collaboration of Yannis Parios with his songwriter son Harry Varthakouris after their 1984 classic hit "Pio kali i monaxia"
Typseis (Greek: "Τύψεις"; English: "Guilty") is the 31st studio album by Greek singer Yannis Parios. It was released in Greece in 1997 by Minos EMI. It reached 2× platinum status. This is the first collaboration of Yannis Parios with songwriter Phoebus.
Ena Gramma (Greek: "Ένα Γράμμα"; English: "One Letter") is the 11th studio album by Greek singer Yannis Parios. It was released in Greece in 1981 by Minos EMI.
Greek singer Yiannis Parios had a hit cover version, in the Greek language "Pote Den Se Xehno" in the mid-1970s.
Yiannis Parios was born Ioannis Varthakouris (Ιωάννης Βαρθακούρης) on the island of Paros. He made his first appearance as a singer in 1969.
Immigrant Greek music also includes music from Greek islands the Nisiotika and the famous dance Sirtaki with well-known artists like Yiannis Parios etc.
Diamanti has also collaborated with Giorgos Dalaras, Giannis Kalatzis and Yiannis Parios in the album "Synantisis" by Greek composer Evangelos Sempos.
Composition is by Nikos Leonardos (Nikos Karvelas), Anna Vissi, and Afoi Tzavara. Lyrics are by Giannis Parios, Nikos Leonardos, and Anna Vissi.
Yiannis Parios has not confined appearances to Greece: He has also performed in Albert Hall, the Carnegie Hall and most of the major venues in Canada, Australia, the United States, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Turkey and Israel.
Famous representative musicians and performers of Nisiotika include: Mariza Koch as credited with reviving the field in the 1970s, Yiannis Parios, Domna Samiou, the "Konitopouloi family" (including Giorgos Konitopoulos, Vangelis Konitopoulos, Eirini Konitopoulou, Nasia and Stella Konitopoulou) and others.
The Greek Cypriot singer Anna Vissi recorded a version of the song in Greek for her 1981 self-titled album. The song was called "Kséhasé me" ("Ξέχασέ με", Forget me); Greek lyrics by Yiannis Parios.
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.