Andreatos Gerasimos

 

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Born: 02-10-1962
From: Greece, Athens

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Gerasimos Andreatos was born in Athens in 1962. He studied theory of music and phonetics. He plays also the traditional Greek musical instruments bouzouki and baglama. Professionally he began singing in 1985 and since then he has collaborated with many famous Greek artists like: Dimitra Galani, Haroula Alexiou, Chronis Aidonidis, Charis and Panos Katsimichas, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Helen Tsaligopoulou, Vangelis Korakakis, Anastasia Moutsatsou, Melina Kana, Alkinoos Ioannidis, Yannis Spanos, Katerina Kouka, Yannis Markopoulos and others.


He recorded his first album titled " BITTER KISS" in January 1995. Since then he has recorded 9 further CD’s and has participated in many CD’s of other famous Greek singers. Every year during the winter he is performing in various live clubs wile during the summer he is performing in live concerts in Greece and abroad, like in USA, Australia, Germany and other countries. An important moment in his singing career was his live performance at the Kallimarmaro Stadium of Athens, in the ceremony that happened with the occasion of 100 years from the resurgence of the first modern Olympic Games, where he sang two songs.
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