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Panos Kiamos

Panos Kiamos

Known for his distinctive voice and on-stage energy Panos Kiamos is an artist not to be missed. A fresh talent who has become a household name performing in major nightclubs alongside well-established names in the Greek music scene, such as Tolis Voskopoulos, Makis Christodoulopoulos, Eleni Dimou and Giorgos Alkaios.

Kiamos was born in Athens on 4 October 1975, and spent the rest of his adolescent life in the capital. In 1994, at the age of 18, he passed the entry exams for medical school. However, it was around the same time that he discovered his interest in music, leading to his decision to reject the medical school’s offer of a scholarship. He began to learn to play the guitar, and took up music theory lessons.

In 1998, Kiamos released his first CD entitled Enas Erotas Latria ke Anagki, from which two songs gained distinct popularity: Ola Ya Senane Milane (Horis Nero) and Trelos Ya Sena. In 1999, he released his second CD Den Ise Moni. This was followed in 2000 by Tou Erota Feggaria.

In 2002, Kiamos made significant progress in Thessaloniki. The songs Alithina (Truly) and Arketa (Enough) from the CD Tis Nyhtas Oniro (Dream of the Night) became huge hits in the region. The CD To Yelio Sou Klei followed a year later, by this stage, he had become a household name throughout the country, and had gained a reputation for his on-stage energy and enthusiasm.

In 2004, he released a live CD entitled Panos Kiamos Live Sto Fix, which included performances of his own work, as well as various popular hits. The CD was quickly certified gold.

In 2005, Kiamos appeared at “Asteria Glyfadas” – one of the most popular entertainment venues in Athens – with the initial 20 scheduled performances turning into 9 consecutive months (April–January). His performances broke all previous attendance records and sustained performances by a single performer.

His next albums “Eisai pantou” (You’re everywhere), “Monima erteumenos” (Permanently in love), “Gyrna se mena” (Return to me), “Gia agapi etimasou” (Get ready for love), “Tha ziso gia mena” (I’ll live for myself) became all gold and platinum, with huge hits like “Gyrna se mena”, “Anemothiella” (Wind storm), “Ase me mia nihta mono (Leave me for just one night)”, “Eisai pantou”, “Tha vgaino, tha pino” (I’ll go out, I’ll drink), “Apopse fora ta kala sou” (Tonight wear your fancy clothes), “Hartorihtra” (Fortune teller), “Sfyrixa kai elixes” (I whistled and you blown), “Eimaste ena” (We’re one), “Os ton ourano” (Until the sky), which all have been released on “The best of” album in 2010.

Since March 2010, he has performed regularly at “Posidonio Music Hall”, and he’s the only one singer who manages to fill up the club four times every week.
In April 2011, he released a new album titled “Olokainourgios” (Brand new), with a smash hit “Apo deutera” (From Monday). Kiamos performed this song at the closing of the 2011 MAD Music Awards. He was also nominated for the best lyrics award for his song “Apo deutera”, the award which he got in 2010, for another smash hit “Sfyrixa kai elixes”.

His down to earth nature and his friendly relationship with the audience make him a very popular and loved Greek singer.

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Panos Kiamos live in Melbourne June 2013

Panos Kiamos is back in Melbourne for two performances only – Friday 14th and Saturday 15th June...

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Panos Kiamos

Kiamos will be performing in Melbourne at The Melbourne Pavilion, 135-157 Racecourse Rd (cnr Stubbs...

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