He was born in Nice in 1927 - his father was the famous rebetis Stellakis Perpiniadis. He started singing in Osia Xenia from Nice, wanting to follow the priestly branch, but he soon won the song. A student even started playing bouzouki and singing. In 1947, she appeared at the Mimi Trajoros Talent Concert, performing two songs by Sophia Vebo. His first recording, in 1953, was Kostas Kaplanis's song "Surrounds", where he sang as a second voice near Anna Chrysafi. His first song he recorded was "Cry With Friends Cry With Me" three years later.
His big breakthrough came in 1960 with "Alexandra's News", a song that sounds to this day. In 1963 she began singing with Ria Norma, making them one of the most popular duets of the time. In 1966, Christos Leonti's artistic compositions sang, from which the songs "Where the Dream Fits" and "Rainy Night Will Come" were successful.
Apart from the above, Vangelis Peprinadis sang compositions of his own (from which became more popular songs such as "Do You Want to Die", "A Doll and a Doll", "Turn Around Me") and Apostolos Kaldara ("Why Sweet"). I'm crying "," I'm climbing stairs "), by George Katsaros, by Babi Bakalis. He also re-performed many songs by Vamvakari, Tsitsani, Chiotis and others.
He started playing live from an early age, initially in his father's shop. He used to sing at festivals all over Greece, and continued to perform live until shortly before the end of his life. He also sang abroad for homogeneity.
In 2001, his autobiography Before the End was published by Prokinio.
He died on May 12, 2003 after a battle with cancer and was buried in the Third Cemetery.
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