Haralambos (Babis) Tsertos (Greek: Μπάμπης Τσέρτος) was born in Tropea of Arcadia, Greece on October 27, 1956. He is brother of the singer Nandia Karagianni. His father was a musician too, and he was playing the Mandolin. At the age of 17 he is settled permanently in Athens and in 1974 he entered the Faculty of Physics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Manos Loizos (Μάνος Λοΐζος), also transliterated as Loïzos and Loisos, was born October 22, 1937 in Alexandria, Egypt and died September 17, 1982 in Moscow, Soviet Union) was one of the most important Greek music composers, yet nearly unknown outside Greece.
Lizeta Kalimeri (Λιζέτα Καλημέρη) was born in 1969 in Thessaloniki. Since she was a little girl she has been playing guitar and singing. It wasn't much later when she started performing her favorite songs in the local music scene.
Stelios Perpiniadis (Greek: Στέλιος Περπινιάδης, 1899 - September 4, 1977), better known as Stellakis (Greek: Στελλάκης), was a Greek folk musician who wrote, sang, and played organ in the rebetiko style. He was the father of another well-known Greek folk musician, Vangelis Perpiniadis.
Dub producer Mad Professor and Turkish "Oriental Dub" group Baba Zula have collaborated on at least two albums, though the category has stuck more to Baba Zula's style of music rather than going more towards Mad Professor's usual dub/roots reggae.
Serkan Çagri was born in “Kesan”, Turkey, a town located close to the border of Bulgaria and Greece. He spent his entire childhood in this mixed culture and was first introduced to the clarinet in his primary school days.
Musa Eroğlu (b. 1946) is a Turkish-Alevi folk musician.
Eroğlu was born in the Mut district of Icel, Turkey. He gained popularity with his work on a series of albums with artists Arif Sağ, Yavuz Top, and Muhlis Akarsu in the 1980s.