Moscholiou Vicky

He was born on May 17, 1943 in Metaxourgeio (Athens). She started her career on Easter 1962 in “Triana” of Cheilas next to Grigoris Bithikotsis and the Duchess. It was established in 1964 singing “The Moon Was Lost” by Stavros Xarchakos in the film production “Lola”. The following year her song “A star falls – falls” became a great success. It continued its course with collaborations, among others, with Giorgos Zampetas, Giorgos Katsaros, Akis Panou, Mikis Theodorakis, Stavros Xarchakos, Dimos Moutsis, Vassilis Tsitsanis, Mimi Plessas, Giannis Spanos, Stavros Kougioumtis , Takis Mousafiris, Lakis Papadopoulos, Spyros Papavassiliou, Loukianos Kilaidonis, George Chatzinassios, Apostolos Kaldaras, Giannis Markopoulos, George Moustakis, Lavrentis Machairitsas and Stakatis Maurounos Lefteris Papadopoulos, Lina Nikolakopoulou, Nikos Gatsos, Dimitris Christodoulou, Charalambos Vassiliadis.

Just three months after the imposition of the Dictatorship of 1967, on July 13, 1967, Vicky Moscholou and Gr. Bithikotsis sang at the nightclub “Deilina” (Athens), in first public performance, the Hymn of April 21, “Inside ΄ April the feast “, (lyrics by I. Karamaneas and music by A. Remoundou), in an event of the then R / S of YENED under the artistic presentation of G. Economidis

Vicky Moscholou was one of the first singers to sing in a bar, making her main appearances in “Zygo” and “Zoom” of Plaka with the Municipality of Moutsis, in the early 1970s. During her career she had given concerts. , while he also appeared in the royal courts of Greece, Persia and Jordan.

On May 1, 1967, she married Panathinaikos football player Mimi Domazo, with whom she had two daughters, but in 1979 they divorced. He died in 2005, after a two-year battle with cancer, at the age of 62.

Her songs that became hits include: “Paei, pae”, “Aliti”, “Etsi ein ‘i zoi”, “Ta Ximeromata”, “I do not know how much I love you”, “I will close my eyes”, “I do not I cry for now “,” A sailor went ashore “,” The sunsets “,” The immigrants “,” Lonely people “. Two of her hits were named after nightclubs in Athens, “Deilina” and “Ximeromata”.