Kalliopi is a classically trained actress and singer turned Rock singer-songwriter! Hailing from Greece, she brings rocking power and pop sensibility together. Her music has a pop flavour with a punky vibe. Punkish nuanses combined with the raw sounding rock guitars. Her sound has been described as 'reminiscent of some of Cranberries work', of U2, as a 'mixture of Madonna meets the band Garbage' and Blondie meets Pink. Around the world is her first album recorded at Vox Studio in Athens, by Aris Binis and Theodore Darmas. The 11 original songs included in the album range from upbeat pop rockers with dominant, aggressive vocals to melodic slow grinders and ballads, where vocals become more breathy, smooth and whispery. She was very lucky to bring together some of the best musicians, Spyros Kontakis on the guitars, Alkis Missirlis on the drums, Barry Zealy on the bass and and backing vocals. The mixing was by Alex Newport, and the mastering by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound Mastering, NY. Recently she made a music video for her rock song ‘Till the day I die’. The shooting of which took place on the beautiful Greek island of Syros. In Greece she started off as an actress, playing lead parts in numerous productions in the theatre for quite a few years. At some point though she decided to embark on a singing career working from piano restaurants, to clubs and live venues singing jazz, latin and greek music, pop, disco and became a quite versatile singer. She supported major pop-rock artist in Greece - Christos Dantis - on his Greek and European tours,

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