Eleftheria Arvanitaki Tickets
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Hailing from Icaria Greece, Eleftheria Arvanitaki is one of the iconic figures in the Greek music industry that has given numerous hit songs and albums to its fans. Arvanitaki has managed to stay on the sixth spot on the list of Top Certified Female Artist in the Phonographic era of the country. Arvanitaki kicked off her music career back in 1980 by being a member of a group called Opisthodromiki Kompania. The following year, she appeared as a guest musician on an album called Ta Barakia by Vangelis Germanos. Later in 1982, Arvanitaki found herself working with the composers like Nikos Mamagakis, and the lyricists like Yiannis Ioannou while working on the band's albums. With the group she performed at various venues across Greece and Europe, and in 1983 she also performed with the group on its Live Album.
Eleftheria Arvanitaki turned away from the group and decided to pursue a solo career instead. In that regard, she made her first solo act visible to the world with the release of her self-titled debut album which came out in 1984. For her debut album, Arvanitaki worked with the composers and lyricists like Apostolos Kaldaras, Manolis Hiotis and Vasilis Tsitsanis. Arvanitaki made her breakthrough in the Greek music industry in 1986 when she released her second studio album, which is considered to be one of the greatest contributions in the Greek music history to date. The album was entitled Kontrabando and it featured a lot more matured vocals by Arvanitaki combined with traditional western instruments.
Her powerful and distinct voice set her apart from the rest, and turned her album into an instant success. Kontrabando managed to sell over 150,000 copies in Greece only and went on to receive Platinum status. Around that time Eleftheria Arvanitaki tickets started to attract the attention of the fans of her music and she started touring all across Greece.
In 1991, she released one of her most renowned hit singles called Dinata on her studio album called Meno Ektos. The album was also a commercial success selling 50,000 units, and featured lyrics from a renowned Greek lyricist Lina Nikolakopoulou except for two songs on the album. Following the release, Arvanitaki found herself touring all across Greece and Europe along with Anthoula Alifragi and Dimitris Zervoudakis. While on tour she also recorded one of her performances at the Apollon and released it as a live album called I Nihta Katavainei in 1993. The album also features both Alifragi and Zervoudakis. Arvanitaki continued her streak of live concert tours all over the Greece and Cyprus while releasing new material at the same time. She also released a Greatest Hits compilation album in 1995 called Megales Epitihies. Also in the same year she also released a single CD which turned out to receive platinum status and also featured performances by Ara Dinkjian and Arto Tuncboyaciyan.
The year 1996 saw the release of yet another Platinum record by Arvanitaki titled Tragoudia Gia Tous Mines which featured the lyrics from the poems of Kostas Karyotakis, Sappho, Odysseas Elytis, Mihalis Ganas and Maria Polydouri.
In 1997, Elefteria Arvanitaki tickets went on worldwide sale for the very first time when she went on a world tour hitting venues in Greece, Europe, Australia and United States. Also in the same year, she was also the cover photo for a renowned English magazine called Folk Roots becoming the first ever female singer to do so.