Triantafyllos’ fans in Adelaide experienced a night to remember last Friday at the live concert that took place as part of Semaphore Greek Festival.
The performance, titled Bouzoukia by the Sea was sold out with three generations of Greek Australians dancing and singing along the star’s most popular hits.
Less than 24 hours later, Triantafyllos performed at TRAK in Melbourne where he gave another breathtaking performance to a packed venue.
On Friday, 20 January the singer and songwriter will take to the stage of Feggaria in Sydney and on Saturday he will return to Melbourne for a final gig at TRAK by popular demand.
The talented musician will perfome huge hits such as “Krata Ta Ola”, “Min Me Trypas San To Triantafyllo” and “Spao Ta Rologia”.
“We are stoked by the reception the audience showed Triantafyllos. Every gig is sold out,” Kostas Athanasiou, the concert organiser in Australia, told Neos Kosmos. “He did not disappoint!”
Mr Athanasiou added that the last Melbourne live at TRAK has only a handful of standing tickets left. For more information, those interested can call 0422 472 006.
Triantafyllos was born and raised Rhodes, where he started his career.
At the age of eight, he began taking piano lessons and went on to perform live at 18.
At the age of 19, he moved to Athens and was quickly signed to a record label.
His first album was released in 1997 titled “Vlepo Kati Onira” and went gold, selling over 48,000 copies.
It was followed up by more successful albums such as “Grammata kai afieroseis” and “I agapi den pernaei”.
Triantafyllos has also composed most of the songs on the first two albums of Natasa Theodoridou, on top of having collaborated with many artists such as Antonis Vardis, Lefteris Pantazis, Vassilis Karras, Kaiti Garbi to name a few.
The singer increased in popularity due to his participation on the reality show Survivor Greece. Upon returning to Greece Triantafyllos will be re-entering Survivor to compete with the rest of the audience’s favourite players throughout the years.