10 years of Krazy Kon
DJ Krazy Kon celebrates his Greece series of CD's with Greece 2012, 10th Anniversary edition with an Australian tour
DJ Krazy Kon has always had his finger on the pulse when it comes to showcasing Greece's best pop and dance artists and exposing them to Australian audiences. Now he celebrates his Greece series of CD's with Greece 2012, 10th Anniversary edition.
Featuring artists like Antonis Remos, Helena Paparizou, Nikos Oikonomopoulos Thanos Petrelis and Pashalis Terzis, this CD is jam packed full of the latest hits to come out of the Hellenic Republic. And to celebrate the ten years of producing these CDs, DJ Krazy Kon is taking it to Australia with a CD launch tour.
This week, he will be in Melbourne performing at Chasers on Saturday 28 April, on 12 May at the Hellenic Club in Canberra and 26 May at Duck Nuts, Darwin.
For more information on the shows and where to buy the CD visit djkrazykon.com and krazymusic.com.au
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