Synonyms for vossou or Related words with vossou

vembo              irini              ioanna              haghia              anixi              giota              natassa              patsalides              theodoridou              antigoni              evangelia              eirini              doutsi              stikoudi              bekatorou              patroklou              domancich              dimitra              latjuba              roumpesi              karagianni              aikaterini              galani              afroditi              vanou              konstantina              papanika              evdokia              diamantopoulou              evanthia              dimitriadi              athina              mulsap              ioannidou              avramidou              konstantopoulou              antonopoulou              arvaniti              andrianou              tsoukala              anthi              papahristou              asimakopoulou              angeliki              giannatsoulia              vougiouklaki              papoulia              vlahopoulou              risteska              ifigeneia             



Examples of "vossou"
It was succeeded as Greek representative at the 1991 Contest by Sophia Vossou with I Anixi.
It was succeeded as the Greek representative at the 1991 Contest by Sophia Vossou with "I Anixi".
"I Anixi" (Greek script: "Η άνοιξη", English translation: "Spring") was the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Greek by Sophia Vossou.
Chryspa's singing career began at age 18 when she sang a song with Sofia Vossou at her summer concert in Aegina. Vossou described Chrispa's voice as "very good" and her connections eventually helped Chryspa get a record contract with Alpha Records. Her talent was quickly realized and she sang in more concerts with other popular singers such as Stamatis Gonidis, Labis Livieratos, and Themis Adamantidis.
Due to the theme of the night, three of the contestants, who participated in the past in the Eurovision Song Contest, sang their entries; Sophia Vossou sang "I Anixi", Giannis Savvidakis sang "Apopse As Vrethoume" and Eleftheria Eleftheriou sang "Aphrodisiac".
The song is a rock opera/power ballad with jazz elements, with Vossou telling her lover that if they are together it will be as if spring has begun.
Sophia Vossou (; born 5 December 1961) is a Greek singer best known abroad for representing Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 where she was placed 13th with the song "I Anixi".
Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 in Rome. Sophia Vossou represented Greece with the song "I Anixi". She scored 36 points (the highest being 10 from Cyprus), placing 13th.
Vossou was born in 1961 in Patras. She grew up in Athens where she studied music. In 1984 she took part in the Thessaloniki Song Contest where she won first prize. Following her success, Vossou began singing in nightclubs and soon released her first record "Sophia", a pop and rock album. From the mid-1990s she started singing folk music with minor success. Her album, "San Alitissa" ("Like A Tramp"), was released in 2002, but was not a commercial success. She then cooperated with a group formed by Orthodox Christian monks, recording two pop/rock/gospel music with them.
On the night of the contest, held in Rome, Italy, the song was performed 5th of 22 entries, following Greece's Sophia Vossou with "I Anixi" and preceding Austria's Thomas Forstner with "Venedig im Regen". At the close of the voting it had received 118 points, placing 5th.
The second season of the show premiered on March 9, 2014 on ANT1 and the contestants are five women and five men; Eleftheria Eleftheriou, Sophia Vossou, Betty Maggira, Sophia Kourtidou, Vanessa Adamopoulou, Giannis Savvidakis, Lefteris Eleutheriou, Costas Doxas, Aris Plaskasovitis and Pantelis Kanarakis.
In 1991, Vossou and Andreas Mikroutsikos were chosen to represent Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest in Rome with the song "I Anixi" (Spring). The song was successful in Greece, certifying platinum. "I Anixi" scored 36 points and ranked 13th among 22 at the Eurovision final in Rome.
His top hits were "Hameno Nisi" (Lost Island), "To Koutsouraki" (Little Log), "Kiklopaki" (Little Cyclops) and "Oso Girizei i Gi" (As Long As The Earth Turns Around). In 1991 Greece participated in the Eurovision Song Contest with his song "Anixi" sung by Sophia Vossou (Greek: Σοφία Βόσσου), finishing in 13th place. An album with the same title was released the same year.
The song was performed third on the night (following Iceland's Stefán & Eyfi with "Draumur um Nínu" and preceding Greece's Sophia Vossou with "I Anixi"). At the close of voting, it had received 106 points, placing 6th in a field of 22, Malta's best result by far at the time.
Apart from her musical career, Vossou produced popular shows for the radio and television. She was the hostess of a very popular morning show on Mega Channel and continued her television career with another morning show on another Greek channel, while in 2006 she was one of the teachers in "Dream Show", a talent show on Alpha Channel. She continued to work for Alpha by co-hosting a morning TV show with her former partner Andreas Mikroutsikos and his current wife. Apart from that she appeared on stage as a crazy maid, along with her comedian friend Elda Panopoulou. Vossou also had a supporting role on the sitcom "Ola stin Taratsa" for Alpha. In 2014, she participated in the show Your Face Sounds Familiar 2 broadcast by ANT1.
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, Melisses, Elpida, Tamta, Sophia Vossou, Demy, Katy Garbi, Vegas, Kalomira and Claydee.
Mikroutsikos has been married three times, with Maria Dimitriadi, trainer Foteini Georganta and TV presenter Dimitra Roubessi. He also had a long-term relationship with singer Sophia Vossou. Mikroutsikos has a son, Stergios, from his first marriage with Maria Dimitriadi. He is the brother of Thanos Mikroutsikos. Mikroutsikos, the son of a mathematician, has a degree in mathematics himself. As a youngster, he was a member of the Revolutionary Communist Movement of Greece.
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.
The song was performed fourth on the night (following Malta's Georgina & Paul Giordimaina with "Could It Be" and preceding Switzerland's Sandra Simó with "Canzone per te"). For her performance, Vossou gave what is in retrospect one of the most professional and vocally sound performances of the night. However, the performance of the orchestra adversely affected the performance of the song, with the saxophonist in particular failing to correctly hit approximately half of the notes of his solo. At the close of voting, it had received 36 points, placing 13th in a field of 22. Despite this fact, it is considered to be one of the most successful Greek eurosongs.
Finally, in 1985 she represented Cyprus in the contest as a solo singer, singing her own composition "To Katalava Arga", to which she also penned the lyrics. The Cypriot entry came 16th out of 19 songs, receiving 15 points, including 8 (rather than the usual maximum 12) from Greece. Cyprus also gave Greece only 8 points this year and total score of the Greek entry totaled 15, but due to different score composition, the Eurovision scoring rules determined the Greek entry was eventually place higher. She took part in the 1991 Greek final for Eurovision, singing the anthem Agapa ti Gi. She was placed second behind Sophia Vossou. In 1992, Greek television decided not to televise the national final. Vissi submitted a song for consideration, Kapios, and found herself voted into second place yet again.