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Giannis Ploutarchos: He sang with her and bowed to his daughter, Katerina Kakosaiou

SKAI’s festive program, New Year’s Eve, ran with Giannis Ploutarchos.

With him, people he loves, performed his great hits and their own favorite songs. In this unique musical collaboration participated the Stamatis Γονίδης, The Themis Adamantidis, the Katerina Stanisi, The Stelios Dionysiou, the Constantine, The Nikos Vourliotis, the Ήβη Αδάμου, The Konstantinos Christoforou and the Josephine.

Traditional music had its honor with a leading representative of the genre, the Gogo Tsamba.

The lyricist and singer gave a special Cretan note to the evening Nikos Zoidakis, while in the role of performer we also enjoyed the actor Memo Begni.

On the side of John Plutarch, however, was his daughter Katerina Kakosaiou.

The singer’s daughter sang with him her song “How beautiful your eyes are” which she says with Nino.

In fact, there was a moving moment, as the proud dad kissed her tenderly during the song, while at the end he bowed to his daughter’s vocal abilities, kissing her hand.

It is noted that Katerina Kakosaiou is currently not professionally involved in singing, like her brother, George Kakosaios.

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