Synonyms for theofanous or Related words with theofanous

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Examples of "theofanous"
In 1999, Theofanous put together boy band ONE who became very popular in Greece and Cyprus, reaching platinum sales.
Theofanous was the main composer and producer of Evridiki's first nine albums while he collaborated with Minos-Emi A&r manager Vangelis Yannopoulos in 1998 and 1999. Albums like Dese Mou ta Matia (1998) (her first Golden album), To Koumpi (1999) and Ola Dika Sou (2000), with their pop/laiko sound, are characteristic of Evridiki's "Theofanous period".
On the twelfth live show, she performed for second time, a song from Christina Aguilera. Even though she was one of the favourites to win, she was eliminated during the twelfth week, where she came at bottom two against her teammate Nini Shermandini. She was voted to stay in by George Levendis and Nikos Mouratidis and Nini was voted by Katerina Gagaki and George Theofanous. Even though it was tied, Theofanous' vote counted twice and therefore Adamou was eliminated. After her elimination, a "fight" started between Adamou's label Sony and Theofanous; the record label wanted Adamou to return because of the fake results, as stated by the media.
Renowned songwriters of modern laïká include Alekos Chrysovergis, Nikos Karvelas, Phoebus, Nikos Terzis and Christos Dantis. Renowned lyricists include Giorgos Theofanous, Evi Droutsa and Natalia Germanou.
George Theofanous has composed three Cyprus entries, debuting in 1992 with singer Evridiki and the song "Teriazoume" which placed eleventh. He and Evridiki were reselected in 1994 with the song "Eimai Anthropos Ki Ego" and finished once again at eleventh place. Finally, CyBC selected Theofanous and his boy band ONE for the 2002 with the song "Gimme" which finished at sixth place. He conducted the Eurovision orchestra for four consecutive Cypriot entries, from 1992 to 1995.
Released on November 3, 2008, the 14 track "Mia Nihta Zoriki" is the follow-up album to Terzis' successful 2007 release "I Diafora". It was composed entirely by Giorgos Theofanous, with lyrics, apart from a few by Giorgos Theofanous, by Thanos Papanikolaou, Kostas Fasoulas, Andreas Neofytidis and poet Manos Eleftherios. The album was released in two case formats: one in a standard jewel case and the other in a larger paperback case, the latter being marked as a "special edition" by some retailers.
During winter 2003 Remos had live performances. He shared the stage with 5 composers, each one for 45 nights: Mimis Plessas, Giannis Spanos, Antonis Vardis, Kostas Hatzis and Giorgos Theofanous.
Noima (Greek: "Νόημα"; ) is the title of the seventh studio album by the popular Greek artist Peggy Zina, released in 2005 by Minos EMI. The entire album was written, composed and produced by Giorgos Theofanous.
ONE was a boy band that first appeared in 1999, recognized as both Greece and Cyprus's very first boy band. The band was formed by leading Cypriot-Greek composer Giorgos Theofanous and Minos EMI A&R Manager Vangelis Yannopoulos. Constantinos Christoforou and Phiippos Constantinos were on board quite early, chosen by Giorgos Theofanous. The next three members were picked up after a selective audition that took place in legendary Athenian Sierra Studio. The selecting committee consisted of Natalia Germanou, Posidonas Yannopoulos, Andreas Kouris, Themis Georgandas, Theofanous and Yannopoulos. Demetres Koutsavlakis, Argyris Nastopoulos and Panos Tserpes were retained among 179 candidates. Christoforou followed a solo career in 2003, and was replaced by another Cypriot singer, Demos Beke. In 2005 the band formally disbanded. In their 6-year existence they enjoyed much commercial success and earned platinum certifications, as well as having staged memorable performances with successful Greek singers at music halls and in concerts.
In 2012 Theodoridou collaborated for the third time with Theofanous in the album Apenanti. The following year her 13th studio album, S'Agapo was released. The album was the last work for the composer Antonis Vardis.
In the next round the judges reduced their 8 acts to locations around Greece. Nikos Mouratidis decided the 4 acts that will follow him to the live shows in Athens, Katerina Gagaki in Santorini, George Levendis in Ithaca and Giorgos Theofanous in Athens.This stage of the competition aired on 27 October 2010. After the judges, narrowed down the contestants to four each.
During winter 2001, Antonis Remos performed live next to Giannis Parios. A CD single was also released in 2001. In spring 2002 Remos released the new album "Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis" ("Don't worry, my love"). Its songs were written by Giorgos Theofanous. The album gained triple platinum status, becoming one of the most-popular albums through the years.
During winter 2002, Remos performed live next to Alkistis Protopsalti. They kept performing together during the summer in Thessaloniki. They also traveled abroad, giving concerts all over Canada and the USA. In 2003 he released a new album titled "Mia Anapnoi" ("A breath"), and the songs were written once again by Giorgos Theofanous. The album gained platinum status.
Mando has collaborated with the best songwriters in the Greek music business, such as Phoivos, A. Papadimitriou, K. Haritodiplomenos, N. Germanou, G. Theofanous, E. Giannatsoulia. Several of Mando's compositions have been sung by artists such as P. Terzis and K. Kouka.
Mia Kokkini Grammi (Greek: "Μια κόκκινη γραμμή"; ) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa Theodoridou released on July 2009 by Sony Music Greece. The album is entirely composed Giorgos Theofanous, with lyrics by Thanos Papanikolaou. It was released in Discbox Slider packaging and carried a fixed price of €9.90, roughly half the price of a typical album in the Greek market.
Dipla Se Sena (close to you) is the first greatest hits album by popular Greek artist Natassa Theodoridou. It was released in December 2008 by Sony BMG Greece. The three disc album includes three new songs composed by Giorgos Theofanous that showed in her album Mia Kokkini Grammi, 37 hit singles and a DVD containing 20 music videos.
Tipota den ginete tihea (Greek: "Τίποτα δεν γίνεται τυχαία"; ) is the name of the last studio album by popular Greek singer Marinella. All music and lyrics are by Giorgos Theofanous. It was released on December 19, 2005 by Universal Music in Greece and it went gold selling over 20,000 units.
Kati Apo Mena (Greek: "Κάτι Από ΄Μένα"; English: "Something From Me") is the sixth studio album by Greek singer Sakis Rouvas, released on 3 December 1998. The album is largely written by Giorgos Theofanous. This was Rouvas' first album with Minos EMI group and gained success, becoming gold two months after its release.
On March 11, 2014, Rouvas himself uploaded a promo video of his new single ""Se Pethimisa"" (I Missed You) on his YouTube channel that will be released later during the year. For this song, Rouvas continues his cooperation with the songwriter Theofanous, while the lyrics belong to Thanos Papanikolaou.
The first series of the Greek X Factor started airing in October 2008 on ANT1 and was hosted by singer Sakis Rouvas. The judges were Giorgos Levendis, songwriter Giorgos Theofanous, marketing executive of ANT1 TV, Katerina Gagaki and music critic Nikos Mouratidis.