Karvelas Nikos

 

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Born: 08-09-1951
From: Greece, Athens, Faliro

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Nikos Karvelas's first contact with music was at the age of 5 when his parents bought him his first piano. Nikos played popular tunes and even created his own music before he started taking music lessons. Fifteen years later, he formed a rock group which was influenced by the Beatles and the Stones. However, he didn?t become known for his compositions until the end of the 70s.
In 1983, Nikos married the very famous singer and performer Anna Vissi. That very same year he began his career as a singer. Ever since then, he has been composing all of Anna Vissi's albums.
In 1985, his first personal album was released, titled "San Diskos Palios" (Like An Old Record), which became gold.
"Ola I Tipota" (All Or Nothing) was released in 1987 and became platinum.
1991 was a very important year for Nikos because he composed his first rock opera called "Daimones" (Demons) in which Anna Vissi was the leading actress. It was a great success.
His 4th album "Emeis" (We) was released in 1992 and became gold.

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