- Augist 1, 1997: Demis Roussos & Armenian Group
Rtemios “Demis” Ventouris-Roussos is a Greek singer and performer.
Roussos born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt, in a Greek family where his father George (Yorgos Roussos) was a classical guitarist and an engineer and his mother Olga was a singer; her family originally came from Greece. As a child, he studied music and joined the Greek Church Byzantine choir in Alexandria.
Traditional Armenian folk dances include creations of the Diaspora. The Armenian heritage embraces the art of dance, Perhaps the characteristic that most immediately sets Armenian dances apart is their group nature. That is, “Armenian dance” often implies a circle dance, or “shoorchpar” (“shoorchbar”, in Western Armenian pronunciation).