This part was created to thank all those people who, in the one or the other way, helped the site to be as it is today, mainly through the stuff each one had to offer. I mention names, e-mail addresses and webpages, if they exist. If I forget someone, I thank him twice and he has to remind me and I will mention his name at once! So, here we go. Thanks go to:
- Anna Scholz from Leverkusen, Germany (remember the song),
for many many photos from concerts in Greece and other countries
as well. Anna considers herself as the biggest Dalaras fan. More at firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank De Cock from Belgium, for almost all the lyrics in Dutch and for his helpful comments. Frank is a member of a greek-belgian community, "Ιθάκη", also being responisble for their website, at http://web.wanadoo.be/frank.decock.
Henk De Leeuw from Holland, for the photos from several concerts
and also for Dalaras interview to Tahidromos. email@example.com
- Michael from Austria, for
many of the lyrics translations in English, for the lyrics from
"To zeimpekiko tou notou", for the CDs he sent me and last
but not least, for the many hours he spent browsing the site, hours
that corrected many, small or big, mistakes. firstname.lastname@example.org
- George Egglezos from Athens,
for many of the tablatures and for the part of Dalaras interview to
Mega Channel. George owes a website full of music goodies, mainly
tabs and photos, at http://students.ceid.upatras.gr/~gegglezo
- Antonis Sarris from Athens,
for the lyrics of the album "Ina ti"and for the video from
Irodio. Antonis owes another website for Dalaras at http://www.ntalaras.gr.
Wish him because he is now in the army!
- Kostalenia Kalianioti from
Athens, for the past concerts dates. Also, for the invitation to
Athens Music Hall. Kostalenia is maybe the youngest such "fanatic"
friend of the "ankle", as she calls Dalaras. Kostalenia,
good luck in your exams for the University! email@example.com
- Akrivi Lelou for the texts and the photos she sent me
Chris Apostolakis from Canada, for the articles and photos he sent
me and also from the videos from Olympic Stadium in
- Dimitris Kostoulas from
Kastoria, for the details about the album "Anekdotes
- Lynne Κλεάνθους
from Paralimni, Cyprus, for the photos from the concert in Nikosia,
some translations in English and also for the interview she sent me.
Jason Dukas, for several tabs he sent me JDukas@aol.com
- Natasa Biba from Athens, for the interview to Music Cafe
- Chris Pele from Melbourne, for the photos from the concert
in Melbourne firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dimitra Priona from Kalavrita, for some typing she did for
- Robert Rust from Holland, for the translations he sent