Philippos Pliatsikas Φίλιππος Πλιάτσικας is a Greek singer, composer and lyricist. His music a mix of pop-rock and folk and his lyrics are inspired by love yet deeply influenced by what is going on in the world, in every corner of the earth.
The creation of the group dates in late 1995 to early 1996 when George Papapostolou (composer) proposes to his friend and old schoolmate, George Parodi (lyricist) to share the dream that was impossible until then, which calls MPLE (Μπλε).
He was born in Athens and started his career in 1990 singing rebetika and laika. His first personal album “INNOCENT GUILTY” was released in 1996 with music by Panayotis Kalantzopoulos and Evanthia Reboutsika and Aris Davarakis’ lyrics.
Dimitris Korgialasis was born in Nafpaktos, August 1971.
He moved to Athens in 1983.
His first touch with music was at the age of 15 when he created his first band, called "Media Vox" that played new wave music. His professional career started after meeting Nikos Ziogalas.
Stamatis Gonidis grew up in a greek aegean island, named KYTHNOS.
In young age, Stamatis Gonidis decides to leave the island and become a sailor. During his travels around the world, in his free time he wrote songs, and he sung them to his colleagues.