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Nikos Vertis

Musical Artist from Greece

Nikos Vertis Nikolaos (Nikos) Vertis (Greek: Νίκος Βέρτης) (Born August 21, 1976) is a popular Greek singer who was born in Gorinchem, Netherlands. To date, he has released five studio albums along with one CD single, and two special edition CD/DVD albums. At the age of 6, Vertis and his family moved to Thessaloniki, Greece and at 7, he started playing the Bouzouki. By the age of 15, he started getting involved with singing. At age 16, he moved back to the Netherlands for 2 years, where he attended a technical high school. He returned to Greece for his military duties, and once completed started getting involved with his love of singing. He started singing in small clubs in Thessaloniki and other locations around the region of Macedonia. In the summer of 2002, he started singing at the popular club "Rodon" where he made a big impact, and continued singing there until summer 2003. In 2003, Vertis signed with Universal Music Greece and released his debut album titled Poli Apotoma Vradiazei (It becomes night quickly). The songs "Asteri Mou", "An Feigeis", "San Trelos Se Agapao" and the title track because radio hits in a short time, while Peggy Zina lent her voice for 2 duets on the album titled  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1976-08-21
Place of birth
Gorinchem
Nationality
Greece

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