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Yianna Terzi (Greek: Γιάννα Τερζή) is a Greek singer. The daughter of veteran singer Paschalis Terzis,[1] she began her musical career by participating in several duets with singers Peggy Zina, Paschalis Terzis, Giorgos Giannias, and Christos Dantis.

In mid-2005, Terzi released her first three track CD-single "Tetoia Gynaika. Her biggest hit is "Pou kai Pou" (Every now and then), off her debut album Gyrna to Kleidi. Throughout April 2008, Terzi prepared her second studio album,[2] which was released on May 28, 2008 and titled Ase Me Na Taxidepso.[1]

After taking a break from the Greek music scene and spending nearly two years in the United States, Terzi self-released her first English language song "Turn Me Up" as a music video through her personal YouTube account in late August 2010.[3]



2006: Gyrna To Kleidi
2008: Ase Me Na Taxidepso

CD Singles

2005: "Tetoia Gynaika"
2008: "Apistefto"


Ase Me Na Taxidepso
Chart Peak
Greek Top 50 Albums 12[4]


^ a b Staff (May 28, 2008). ""Ταξιδέψτε" με τη Γιάννα Τερζή" (in Greek). MAD TV. Retrieved January 28, 2010.
^ "Η Γιάννα Τερζή ετοιμάζει το άλμπουμ της". Love Radio Broadcasting. Retrieved on April 1, 2008 (Greek)
^ Mastroyiannis, Tasos (August 26, 2010). "Celebrity news: Γιάννα Τερζή" (in Greek). Yupi.gr. Imako SA. Retrieved August 27, 2010.
^ Greek Top 50 Albums IFPI. Retrieved on May 21, 2008.[dead link]


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