Antonis Remos is one of the leading Greek male artists, with a rich career spanning 25 years full of successes. He started his career at the age of 17. His first big live performance took place in 1992, when he appeared in the 31st Thessaloniki song festival. After many appearances in Thessaloniki, in 1995 he had his first live appearance in Athens, next to the famous artists Dimitris Mitropanos, Stefanos Korkolis and Marios Tokas. Ηis first album, “Antonis Remos”, was released in 1996 by Sony Music and became platinum in a few months. Since then, all of his albums have gained great commercial success, winning platinum and gold awards, while his songs conquer the hearts of the world and charts, constituting some of the greatest and timeless successes of the Greek music scene. He is the first male artist to receive honorary plaque for sales that exceeded 1 million records in the first 10 years of his career. During his career he has collaborated with the biggest names of the Greek music industry. Christos Nikolopoulos, Stamatis Spanoudakis, Antonis Vardis, Stefanos Korkolis, Phoebus and Giorgos Theofanous are among the composers who have written songs for him, while he has joined his voice in successful duets, such as with Marinella, Yiannis Parios, Alkistis Protopsalti, Kaiti Garbi, Manto and Melina Aslanidou. With his wonderful voice and his unpretentious stage presence, Antonis Remos has given the audience unique live appearances that stand out for integrity. Among others, he has worked with Marinella, Yannis Parios, Giorgos Dalaras, Anna Vissi, Mimi Plessas, Costas Hatzis, Giannis Spanos, Antonis Vardis, Despina Vandi, Kaiti Garbi, Sakis Rouvas, Eleni Fouriera and Michalis Hatzigiannis. All these years, he has been touring all over Greece, as well as worldwide and his concerts are always sold-out. Also, since 2012, he has set up on-stage meetings with major international artists, such as Julio Iglesias, Gloria Gaynor, Gipsy Kings, Zeljko Joksimovic, Eros Ramazzotti and Guy Manoukian. In 2019 he was awarded the Karic Brothers Award, considered the equivalent of the Swedish Nobel Prize, by the internationally renowned Serbian Karic Foundation, for his contribution to the music that unites people, cultures and countries. Also in 2018, he became the first artist to be named “Artist for Hope”, a title awarded every two years by “ELPIDA” Friends’ Association of Children with cancer, for his contribution to the work of the Association.