Natassa Theodoridou

The Greek singer Natassa Theodoridou was born in Drama in 1970 and as a teenager studied journalism at a local college. Whilst still studying, she began appearing at small local venues until at the age of 26 she relocated to Athens. This gave the singer the opportunity to appear on stage with popular Greek artists such as Antonis Remos and Labis Livieratos performing on stage at the city's famous Handres music hall. The exposure showcased Theodoridou's talents to the Greek music industry and it wasn't long before offers of recording contracts came flooding in. She released her self-titled debut album in 1997 which very quickly went platinum, launching the singer's career to a national Greek audience. Her next four albums also achieved platinum status and established the singer as one of the country's most popular artists. She sings in the traditional Laiko style, a genre which has enjoyed a resurgence in recent years and this has helped Theodoridou to have 15 successful studio albums all of which have performed well in the charts.

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