Lakis Pappas

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Lakis Pappas
Lakis Pappas was a Greek singer mostly identified with the New Wave (Neo Kyma movement of the 1960s.

Pappas was born in Preveza, Epirus, in 1938. He moved to Athens to take guitar lessons and made his singing debut in 1959.

Among his best known songs are "Hector and Andromache", "Mia Panagia", "Manoula mou", "Paei ki afti i Kyriaki" (this Sunday has also passed), etc.

He died on March 26, 2014.