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Greek Eurovision Song Contest Entrants: Sakis Rouvas, Elena Paparizou, Anna Vissi, Katy Garbi, Kalomira, Marinella, Sarbel, Antique, Mando Source Wikipedia

Greek Eurovision Song Contest Entrants: Sakis Rouvas, Elena Paparizou, Anna Vissi, Katy Garbi, Kalomira, Marinella, Sarbel, Antique, Mando

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781155704647
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54 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Sakis Rouvas, Elena Paparizou, Anna Vissi, Katy Garbi, Kalomira, Marinella, Sarbel, Antique, Mando,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 53. Chapters: Sakis Rouvas, Elena Paparizou, Anna Vissi, Katy Garbi, Kalomira, Marinella, Sarbel, Antique, Mando, Kristi Stassinopoulou, Elpida, Stereo Mike, Sophia Vossou, Michalis Rakintzis, Mariza Koch, Kostas Bigalis, Elina Konstantopoulou, Marianna Efstratiou, Polina Misailidou, Loukas Giorkas, Tania Tsanaklidou, Bang, Marianna Zorba, Afroditi Frida, Thalassa, Cleopatra, Takis Biniaris, Christos Callow, Epikouri. Excerpt: Anastasios Sakis Rouvas II (Greek: , pronounced- 5 January 1972), often referred to mononymously as Sakis, is a Greek musician, television and film artist, businessman, and former pole vaulter who is one of the most successful and influential entertainers of all time in Greece and Cyprus. Beginning a career as a member of the national athletics team, Rouvas commenced a musical career in 1991 and became one of Greeces first pop performers- widely recognized as the genres main performers to this day, he is credited with breaking cultural and generational barriers and aiding in the popularization of Western music genres in Greece and Cyprus. In the early 1990s after winning the Thessaloniki Song Festival, Rouvas became a dominant figure in Greek entertainment, gaining a mass fanbase and being cited as a phenomenon. His sexualized image and live performances utilizing complex choreography and costumes have earned him notoriety. He and manager Elias Psinakis formed a famous partnership in Greek show business. Rouvas increasing popularity was coupled with criticism of both professional choices and personal struggles, which damaged his public image and lead to a brief, relatively unsuccessful period in the mid 90s. After five commercially successful albums with PolyGram Greece, Rouvas signed with Minos EMI in 1998. Having been a notable artist in the Balkans for years, Rouvas embarke...