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Nikos Oikonomopoulos

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Nikos Oikonomopoulos (Νίκος Οικονομόπουλος) is a top Greek laika singer of his generation who honours Giannis Parios, Paschalis Terzis  and Giannis Paulopoulos as his major influences.  At age 22 he entered and won the Alfa TV “Dream Show 2", launching his career. Since then, he has had several number one songs and albums and has won many awards.  Nikos Oikonomopoulos’ international fame is steadily growing.
Bio Nikos Oikonomopoulos  was born on 30th June, 1984 in Achagia, Patras region, Peloponnesus. He had an early interest and involvement in singing and music in general from his childhood, at the same time he helped his father with the family fishery business while also working in a pizzeria. From the age of 17 he sang professionally with different bands and in the autumn of 2006 decided to take part in the popular talent contest of Alfa TV "Dream Show 2", which he won. As a result, he was signed by Sony Music and soon released his first single “Matia Mou”, which wa…

Nikos Oikonomopoulos wins hearts in Stuttgart

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Performance of Nikos Oikonomopoulos in Messehalle Sindelfingen, Stuttgart, (31. 05.13.)  is one of the most dramatic and well-deserved successes that ever befell this famous singer.

This was the second appearance of Nikos in Germany. Last year he sang one night in Düsseldorf, in the Rex Club, for the audience of young people, who were well aware about all the amazing qualities of this Greek Singing Treasure and his repertoire. Everything went awesome then.

This time the young star was to perform with Stamatis Gonidis, the singer, loved by long - settled in Germany Greek audience, who rushed to see him again, while Nikos Oikonomopoulos for many of them was just a new name.

In the beginning of his programme, Nikos introduced people to his new songs, which are alreadythe leaders of the charts in his home country – “Ora na pigaino”, “Ennoeitai”, “Isihia” and other tracks from his latest, already double platinum album. 

 It turned out that the Greek population of Stuttgart had never heard of th…