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Antonis Remos (Greek: Αντώνης Ρέμος, pronounced [anˈdonis ˈremos]) (born Antonios Paschalidis; Greek: Αντώνης Πασχαλίδης;[1] 19 June 1970[2]), is a Greek singer.

Antonis Remos
Αντώνης Ρέμος
Antonis Remos 2011.jpg
Antonis Remos live at Diogenis Studio in Athens on 2 January 2011.
Background information
Birth nameAntonios Paschalidis
Born (1970-06-19) 19 June 1970 (age 48)
Düsseldorf, West Germany
GenresLaïko, contemporary laiko, Zeibekiko
Years active1980–present
LabelsSony Music Greece (1996–2010)
Heaven Music (2010–present)
City (2010–present)



Early lifeEdit

He was born in Düsseldorf, West Germany.[2] Later his family moved back to their native Thessaloniki, Greece, where he finished school. During his childhood he got involved with music and learned to play the guitar.

First commercial success (1995–2000)Edit

After many appearances in Thessaloniki, in 1995 Antonis Remos had his first live appearance in Athens. He performed live next to famous artists, such as Dimitris Mitropanos, Stefanos Korkolis and Marios Tokas. This same year he signed his first contract with Sony Music Greece, planning to release his first album. The first album which was released in 1996 and was titled after his name, became platinum in a few months. In April 1998, his second album, Kairos Na Pame Parakato ("Time to Move On") was released. For the first time, some of the most-prestigious Greek composers had given their songs to Antonis Remos, and for a second time in a row, the album gained platinum status.

In March 2000, Remos performed the title song of the movie "I Agapi Einai Elefantas" ("Love is an elephant") written by Minos Matsas. The soundtrack gained gold status.

A CD single release followed, which was titled "Fly with me". It is actually a remix of the big hit "Meine" (Stay) having Danish artist Remee Guitar's rap-ing vocals. During winter 2000 Remos and Sakis Rouvas performed live together in Diogenis Palace.[3]

Further success, Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis and Mia Anapnoi (2000–2005)Edit

In June 2001 he released a double live CD from a party given in Apollon Palace titled Mia Nihta Mono ("Only for a night"). The album gained platinum status.

During winter 2001, Antonis Remos performed live next to Giannis Parios. A CD single was also released in 2001. In spring 2002 Remos released the new album Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis ("Don't worry, my love"). Its songs were written by Giorgos Theofanous. The album gained triple platinum status, becoming one of the most-popular albums through the years.

During winter 2002, Remos performed live next to Alkistis Protopsalti. They kept performing together during the summer in Thessaloniki. They also traveled abroad, giving concerts all over Canada and the USA. In 2003, he released a new album titled Mia Anapnoi ("A breath"), and the songs were written once again by Giorgos Theofanous. The album gained platinum status.

During winter 2003 Remos had live performances. He shared the stage with 5 composers, each one for 45 nights: Mimis Plessas, Giannis Spanos, Antonis Vardis, Kostas Hatzis and Giorgos Theofanous.

In the same period, Remos sang Mikis Theodorakis' songs "An thymitheis to oniro mou" ("If you remember my dream") and "Faedra". They were both released in a CD single and became the title song of a completely new TV series.[4]

During summer 2004, the Mikis Theodorakis orchestra presented the composer's music written for theatrical plays and movies, with Remos as the lead voice, along with the actors Petros Filipidis, Natassa Manisalis and Giannis Samsiaris. He released a live recording of the appearances next to the 5 big composers. The album gained double platinum status. Later that winter Antonis Remos appeared live with George Dalaras, in the brand-new "Athens Arena". After the discovery of a scandal,[clarification needed] Antonis Remos was forced to serve his army obligations. Because of his age, he served only for forty days.[5]

San Anemos and Alithies & Psemata (2005–present)Edit

In 2005, Antonis Remos performed live in Athens Arena for a second year in the row. This time he sang with Mihalis Hatzigiannis. Also in 2005, his new album "San Anemos" ("Like a wind")was released. It was the third album with composer Giorgos Theofanous. In this album, 3 singers joined Antonis Remos in 3 different songs. The first song was with Marinella, the second song with the famous singer Giorgos Margaritis, and the third song was with the Italian artist Massimo Di Cataldo. The album gained platinum status. During winter 2006 Antonis Remos appeared live in the Athens Arena, but this time next to Marinella, a Greek singer who was restarting her live appearances.

Remos performing live at Diogenis Studios in late 2010.

Antonis Remos celebrated his 10 years in discography by releasing a triple Best Of album with Sony BMG Greece which went platinum. In summer 2007, Remos did a tour around Greece, giving 25 sold-out concerts for the first time after 10 years. He had with him a new band from Thessaloniki named "Onirama". Antonis Remos and Onirama met in MAD TV's secret concert that was given in February and from that night, a new album was released. Hit songs of Antonis Remos were "retouched" by Onirama, gaining gold status under the title "Antonis Remos in Concert feat. Onirama".[6]

In the winter of 2007 he performed for a second year with Marinella in Athens Arena. The two artists continued these performances until March 2008.

Afterwards, Remos and Sakis Rouvas joined forces for a worldwide tour in Canada, the United States, Australia and Africa, from 13 March to 25 May. In winter 2008, Remos performed alone for the first time in the Athens Arena. The success was huge, and the appearances got an extension until the end of May. At the same time he released his eight studio album Alithies & Psemata ("Truths and Lies"). The album gained gold status immediately, and later platinum.

On 16 March, Antonis Remos began his first European tour in Brussels, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam, the Stockholm, London, Istanbul, Belgrade, Tel Aviv. Later this summer Remos along with Emigre gave concerts throughout Greece.[7]

In 2009 Antonis Remos presented in Athens the biggest and most impressive Live Show that Greeks have ever seen. Titled "Night and Day" in Athens Arena, Antonis Remos introduced a different kind of entertainment. The show was on for more than 5 months and it was a sold out every day, coming up to at least 350.000 people have visited.

In 2010 He released a new song called "Terma i Istoria", and presented it live through his show "Love Stories" in Diogenis Studio, another year of sold out appearances.

Antonis Remos has travelled all around the world, people follow him in his concerts and eager for his songs. He has performed live with huge names of the international music scene, such as Julio Inglesias (Myconos 2014), Gloria Gaynor (New York & Athens 2014), Danny Brialliant (Myconos 2015), Zeljko Joksimovic (Belgrade & Athens), Gipsy Kings (Myconos 2016).

His latest album "Spasmena kommatia tis kardias" has already gained platinum status on the first week of release.



Studio albumsEdit

All the albums listed underneath were released and charted in Greece.

Year Title Certification
June 1996 Antonis Remos Platinum
April 1998 Kairos Na Pame Parakato Platinum
November 1999 Pali Ap'Tin Arhi Platinum
May 2002 Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis 3× Platinum
October 2003 Mia Anapnoi 3× Platinum
November 2005 San Anemos Platinum
October 2008 Alithies & Psemata Platinum
March 2011 Kleista Ta Stomata 3× Platinum
May 2013 I Kardia Me Pigainei Emena 2× Platinum
December 2016 Spasmena Kommatia Tis Kardias Platinum

Live albumsEdit

Year Title Certification
2001 Mia Nihta Mono 2× Platinum
2004 Live Platinum
2007 Antonis Remos In Concert feat. ONIRAMA Gold
2007 Marinella & Antonis Remos – Live Platinum

CD SinglesEdit

Year Title Notes
2002 Olos O Kosmos Ise Esi 2× Platinum
2002 Kardia Mou
2003 Den Teliosame
2009 Dio Istories Agapis
2010 Kommena Pia Ta Daneika


Year Title Notes
2006 Best Of Platinum
2014 Best Of 2008 - 2014 -


  1. ^ "Οι 85 Ελληνες καλλιτέχνες που έγιναν γνωστοί με το ψευδώνυμό τους -Ποιο είναι το πραγματικό τους όνομα [λίστα]". (in Greek). June 18, 2014. Retrieved February 11, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Antonis Remos live in London". Archived from the original on 2008-10-04. London Greek Radio. Retrieved on March 31, 2008
  3. ^ Ρέμος – Ρουβάς!!! (in Greek). MAD TV. Archived from the original on 2009-07-05. Retrieved 2008-07-16.
  4. ^ Αντώνης Ρέμος (in Greek). Archived from the original on 2012-03-08.
  5. ^ "Archived copy" Ο Ρέμος πάει ΦΑΝΤΑΡΟΣ..... (in Greek). Archived from the original on 2005-04-05. Retrieved 2005-03-14.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "Τι μυστικό έχουν ο Αντώνης Ρέμος και οι Onirama;" (in Greek). MAD TV. Archived from the original on 11 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-09.
  7. ^ Καλοκαιρινό πάρτυ με τον Αντώνη Ρέμο (in Greek). MAD TV. Archived from the original on 2012-10-10. Retrieved 2009-06-05.
  8. ^ Ο Αντώνης Ρέμος με νέο τραγούδι και νέο χώρο εμφανίσεων! (in Greek). MAD TV. Archived from the original on 2009-11-24. Retrieved 2009-11-11.

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