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Best of the Greek Songs Ever ... Thanos Petrelis - Adiathorti ( Part 5)

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Athanasios (Thanos) Petrelis (Greek; Θάνος Πετρέλης) (born September 27, 1975, in Athens, Greece) is a popular singer. He has released four albums and several singles.

Petrelis finished third in the Greek reality show Fame Story, behind Notis Christodoulou and Grigoris Petrakos.

He became a regular in live appearances across Greece, first with fellow Fame Story contestants and then with singer Peggy Zina, with whom he performed in several concerts in Athens and Thessaloniki during 2003.[1]
[edit] 2004--2006: First albums

In 2004 he released an album of his own, entitled Eihe To Hroma T' Ouranou. The first track, "To Aima Mou", was written by Phoivos and became a hit. The album sold more than 30,000 copies and went gold.[1] At the same year he won "Best New Artist" award in Arion Awards.

Petrelis would then release a new album every year for the next three years. The follow-up to Eihe To Hroma T' Ouranou was another Phoivos collaboration: Thymizeis Kati Apo Ellada, which went platinum. It was this year that his big hit "Kernao" won two awards in Arion Awards. "Best Laiko Song" and "Best Song of the Year". The following release was a platinum single entitled Eftihos.[1] The four songs on the disc were once again written by Phoivos and the title track, "Eftihos", was widely acclaimed

Thanos Petrelis is married and has two children. Petrelis married his wife Sofia Moschopoulou on July 1, 2007 in a wedding ceremony that also served as a baptism for their then ten-month old daughter Agapi.[5] Phoebus served as Petrelis's koumbaros in the wedding,[6] while Nino served as the godfather and Maria Levendi as the godmother for Agapi's baptism.[5] On January 5, 2009, Petrelis' wife gave birth to their second daughter (Silia) in Athens, Greece

Thanos Petrelis Adiathorti - "Tabi Güzelim" of Babutsa greek version

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