Bessy Argyraki

Bessy Argyraki
Background information
Birth name Vasileia Argyraki
Born (1957-04-04) 4 April 1957
Athens, Greece
Genres Pop, Elafrolaiko
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1975–present
Associated acts Robert Williams, Nikos Ignatiadis, Filippos Nikolaou, Paschalis, Antoniadis, Marianna Toli, Andreas Bonatsos, Andreas Lambrou, Nikos Karvelas, Sakgra

Bessy Argyraki is a Greek pop singer who started her career in the mid 1970s and recorded albums until the mid '90s. She has represented Greece in many International festivals and won many prizes. She has released a single and an album in Japan. The single "toshihiko" entered the Japanese Singles' TOP 10. She is married to a doctor and she is a member of the city council in Glyfada.

Argyraki is best known for representing Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 1977[1][2][3] and also for her covers of many European hits. Her covers include songs by France Gall, Rafaella Carra, Kim Wilde[4] and Dolly Parton. During the 1970s and the '80s Argyraki was one of the most popular performers in Greece.


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