Eustathia

Eustathia

 Athens, Attica, GRC
BandPopSinger/Songwriter

Upsetting and intense, productive and profound, sensitive and dynamic, a lady and a tramp, but most of all authentic and direct, she just won’t go unnoticed

Biography

Eustathia was born in Athens, Greece, and studied theology at the University of Athens.

She is widely regarded as one of Greece’s most important female singers-songwriters. Her musical influences vary, ranging from modern pop, rock and hip hop to jazz, blues, Greek folk and romantic retro.

In 2005 she gained prominence by winning the third prize in the revived Salonica Song Festival, for her song “Choris Esena” (“Without you”), which stirred controversy due to its edgy, straightforward lyrics.

She has released four self-penned, studio albums as well as a book of poems and her songs’ lyrics. She has successfully performed in venues throughout Greece and collaborated with the most prestigious Greek musicians and recording artists in both live and studio.

In November 2011 she created, produced and performed an innovative musical-theatrical show, entitled “Healthy can severely damage your health”, which is still running with great success.

Discography

“TO FILANTHROPIKO GALA”
(“The Charity Ball”) Warner, 2003

“CHORIS ESENA I ZOI THA INE”
(“Without you, life will be…”), Minos-EMI, 2005

“DEN BORI, ECHI MEETING “
(“She cannot, she’s attending a meeting”), Minos-EMI, 2007

“INE POLI KALO PEDI”
(“He is a very nice guy”), Lyra –Legend, 2010