The nominated songs for the Greek participation!
Impressive premiere at "STARZ"
Sakis Rouvas is back to overturn the expexted in night - time entertainment!
“Irthes” is the title of his new album, released during the year that belongs to him both professionally and personally!
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Sakis Rouvas was born in Corfu and it wasn’t long before music and song became a part of his life. His classmates will certainly remember the unforgettable graduation party where Sakis’ rendition of Elvis and The Beatles’ greatest hits made him the undisputed star of the show.
Artistic gymnastics was his other passion and he has won exceptional national awards. He also excelled at pole vaulting and, being the exceptional talent that he was, became a member of the Greek National Team.
In 1991, Sakis’ makes his first professional appearance at the Show Centre in Athens where he is
by Polygram and offered his first record contract.
Just a few months later, he makes his unbelievable debut through a performance at the Thessaloniki
Song Festival. The song “Parta” (“Take Them”), with music by Nikos Terzis and lyrics by Georgos
Pavrianos, wins first place and Sakis’ gets his first taste of enthusiastic fans who immediately feel
that a new star is being born!
Since then, things have been progressing quickly for the young performer. His first solo album titled
their love by making his album an incredible success and sending it to No. 1!
Stands and posters of Sakis Rouvas fill girls’ bedrooms and the Greek mass media buzzes about a
new star! Quickly, sighs turn to screams and his live performances receive central or at least huge
in the press.
The release of Sakis’ second album in September 1992 entitled “Min Antistekesai” (“Don’t Resist”), which
is also composed by Nikos Terzis, establishes Sakis as a top performer on the music scene.
In October 1993, his third album is released, featuring music by Alexis Papadimitriou and lyrics
by Eleni Giannatsoulia. The love of his fans turns to obsession and the press is now featuring
Sakis on a daily basis as he has become a must for all publications.
The winter of 1994 finds Sakis collaborating with Nikos Karvelas and Natalia Germanou.
The result of this collaboration is the smash hit “Aima, Dakria, ki Idrotas”
(“Blood, Sweat, and Tears”). Songs like “Ela Mou” (“Come To Me”) and “Ksana”
(“Again”) become unbelievably successful.