Anna Vissi back in the studio again
Greek pop veteran Anna Vissi is currently in the process of preparing a re-packaged version of her latest album Apagorevmeno.
The new version of the album will include four brand new songs, with two of the fresh tracks composed by Alex Papakonstantinou.
The superstar has been recording the new songs in Sweden where she was visiting last week.
Vissi has kept herself busy lately with a hectic summer concert schedule and also by working on her contribution to the original movie soundtrack for the Sex and the City movie sequel.
Latest on the touring agenda is a gig at the Athinon Arena in Athens where she will perform alongside Giorgos Sampanis and folk singer Mario.
This week Vissi will appear in Los Angeles before heading back to Cyprus at the end of the month for her last live appearance for the summer.
Her record label is also rumoured to be compiling a DVD with clips of her colourful concert tour in 2009.
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