Greek darlings to tour Oz
Marinella and Natasha Theodoridou will tour Australia this June.
Marinella and Natasha Theodoridou will tour Australia this June. So far shows in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney have been locked in for the weekend of 8 to 10 June but we will keep you posted as more information comes to hand
Known fondly in Greece as the "Great Lady of Song", Marinella's career has spanned over half a century, with 66 albums released. Her musical repertoire includes folk, laika, jazz, pop and blues.
Natasha Theodoridou's stellar career has seen her earn ten platinum albums and three gold albums for her laika hits such as Ela Pou Fovame and Sou Vaso Diskola.
Tickets for the show are $69 and $10 of every Melbourne ticket sold will go to Agapi Care. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0433 318 318.
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