Happy Dog Project

 

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Born: 2000
From: Greece

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Happy Dog Project is a Greek band formed in 2000. The band members perform their own music that incorporates elements from balkan/greek traditional music, funky beats, jazz impro, dub and electro ambiences. They also cover old traditional greek folk songs. Along with female vocalist Nasia Gofa, HDP perform old folk greek songs (by Stelios Kazantzidis, Rita Sakellariou, Manolis Angelopoulos and so on) in a -very- twisted way. Along with the steady group members, many musicians/friends have performed with HDP as guests over the years: saxman Yannis Papanastasiou, trumpeter Manos Theodosakis, percussionists Takis Tsourgiannis and Vassilis Stamatiou, Dj Marble, VJ Yannis Nisidis, klarinet player Kostas Tzekos, saxman Marios Valinakis etc. Happy Dog Project have performed in clubs and open air festivals all over Greece and in Europe (Hyde Park in London, England, Akbank Jazz Festi in Istanbul etc). Their two CDs were broadcasted in various european and american radios (Canada, Mexico). Their first CD, entitled "Dog Days Are Over", was released in 2004, and their second one ("Doggy Style") in 2007, both from Ankh Records.

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