Polly Panou (October 28, 1940 - September 27, 2013) was a Greek folk singer (rebetika).
He was born in Athens on October 28, 1940, but grew up in Patras. Her real name was Precious Bit (in other words Precious Boli).
He entered the discography with Take the Bad (1952) by Bithikotssi. He continued with Zabeta-Bagda's "Going to Tell My Mother" (1956) and "The Brothers Did Not Break", "The Ports", "The Ring", "Others Have Your Eyes", "I made a mistake "," You didn't deserve love "," Everyone criticizes me "and more.
He founded, together with Panos Gavalas, the record label "Venteta". It is noted that Polly Panou was the first to sing "Children of Piraeus", which later became an international success.
She died on September 27, 2013 in Athens after a battle with cancer.