Acar Akalin is a Cypriot singer, guitarist and composer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acar Akalin"
Alkinoos Ioannides, is a Greek Cypriot composer and singer born in Nicosia on 19 September 1969. His artistic family, with a painter father and poet brother was a source of inspiration for him. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alkinoos Ioannidis"
Constantinos Christoforou, Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Χριστοφόρου (b. 25 April 1977 in Limassol, Cyprus), has sung for Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest on three occasions, in 1996, 2002 and 2005. In 1996 he finished in ninth position in Oslo with the song 'Mono Gia Mas ("Only for Us"). His biggest success was as part of boy band One in 2002, which finished sixth in Tallinn with the song Gimme, and in 2005 he returned to the contest as a solo artist, this time singing "Ela, Ela" ('Come, come') alongside 1991 Cypriot entrant Elena Patroclou, in Kiev and finishing in 19th place. ...more on Wikipedia about "Constantinos Christoforou"
Lisa Andreas, an English- Cypriot singer from Kent. At age 16, she represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest and came fifth with her performance of "Stronger Every Minute". ...more on Wikipedia about "Lisa Andreas"
Marios Tokas is a Cypriot composer of traditional music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marios Tokas"
Marlen Angelidou (born Maria Eleni Madalena in Cyprus) is a singer well-known in Greece and Cyprus. She is half English and half Cypriot. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marlen Angelidou"
(Sarbel) Charbel Michael (b. 14 May, 1981) is a singer of British, Cypriot and Lebanese origin. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sarbel" www.shortopedia.com - now!
Stavros Konstantinou (Σταύρος Κωνσταντίνου) (born in Nicosia, Cyprus) on 26 August 1984, is a Cypriot singer who rose to popularity after winning Super Idol, the Greek version of Pop Idol, shown by MEGA TV.
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Stelios Konstantas is a well known singer in Cyprus. He has already participated in two national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. He came second in 1997 with "I grammitis ntropi" and fourth in 1999 with "Methysmeno feggari". Konstantas has released one album and a single through V2 records who was responsible for commercially release "Feeling Alive", the entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2003. The song finished 20th. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stelios Konstantas"
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