Paschalis Terzis

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Paschalis Terzis
Πασχάλης Τερζής
Helena Paparizou with Pashalis Terzis.jpg
Helena Paparizou with Pashalis Terzis
Background information
Born 1949
Pylaia, Greece
Genres Laiko, Modern laika
Years active 1970s–
Labels Sony Music Greece/Akti, Minos EMI

Paschalis Terzis (Greek: Πασχάλης Τερζής) (born 1949) is a popular Greek singer.

Biography[edit]

Terzis was born in Pylaia, a suburb of Thessaloniki in the region of Macedonia, Northern Greece. In his early teens, he began to sing with friends, some of whom helped him in his career. After moving to Athens, he began performing as a back-up vocalist in popular music centres, with famous Greek singers of the 1960s, including Jenny Vanou.

Since the 1980s, Terzis has recorded several albums, several of which remain popular to the present day. Even now, he is a very popular singer, making new albums, performing on famous music scenes of Athens and Thessaloniki, and appearing on talk shows.

In 1994, 1995, and 1996 he collaborated with famous songwriter Phoebus.

In the winter period 2006–2007, Paschalis Terzis had a music program with Elena Paparizou and Nino Ksipolitas at Iera Odos. His daughter Gianna Terzi is also a singer.[1] Terzis' most recent album is Mia Nihta Zoriki, released November 3, 2008.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Certification
1982 Leo
1983 Mila Mou Ston Eniko
1986 Ethniki Thessalonikis
1991 Eimai Monos Mou
1991 Tha Thela Na'Soun Edo
1992 Mia Afierosi Kardias
1993 Aftoi Pou De Milane
1994 Mesogeios Gold
1995 Afise me mono Gold
1996 Auta einai ta tragoudia mou Gold
1997 Paliokairos 2x Platinum
1998 O Dikos Mou O Dromos Platinum
1999 De Me Katalaves Pote Platinum
2001 Thelo Na Po Platinum
2004 Sta Ipogeia Einai I Thea Gold
2006 Einai Kapoies Agapes Gold[2]
2007 I Diafora Platinum[3]
2008 Mia Nihta Zoriki Gold
2011 Duo Nuxtes Mono 4x Platinum

Live albums[edit]

Year Title Notes
2002 Fotia Stis Nihtes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Staff (May 28, 2008). "Ταξιδέψτε" με τη Γιάννα Τερζή (in Greek). MAD TV. Retrieved January 28, 2010. 
  2. ^ IFPI Greece
  3. ^ "Paschalis Terzis earns Platinum status".  London Greek Radio. Retrieved on April 2, 2008