İbrahim Tatlıses

"Yasamak Bu DegiL"
Ο Εθνικός star της pop -folk σκηνής της Τουρκίας όπως αναφέρει και το βιογραφικό που παραθέτω.
Έζησε πολυτάραχη ζωή και παλεύει να επιζήσει.
Παράδειγμα προς μίμηση για το σύνολο των Ελλήνων λαϊκών τραγουδιστών και μια από τις κύριες πηγές έμπνευσης  των «γιαλαντζί συνθετών» της Ελληνικής δισκογραφίας.

İbrahim Tatlıses (b. January 1, 1952), also known as İbo, is a Turkish pop-folk singer and actor of Kurdish and Arab origins.[1] He is very famous in Turkey and other Middle Eastern countries. He was born in the city of Şanlıurfa, in southeastern Anatolia. Tatlıses has recorded 38 albums, including notable albums such as Ayağında Kundura and Selam Olsun. He is also the host of the television programme İbo Show and is a leading actor who has appeared in several dozen films. He has directed most of the films he acted in. Besides, he is a businessman involved in the restaurant and tourism businesses, as well as in construction projects in Iraqi Kurdistan.[2]

İbrahim Tatlıses was born from an Arabic father [3] and Kurdish mother.[1] His father died when he was a child, and Tatlıses was raised by his mother. He began singing at weddings
On Monday March 14, 2011, at 00:30 local time, Ibrahim Tatlises and his spokeswoman Buket Çakıcı were shot at by unknown assailants after leaving the offices of the private Turkish channel Beyaz TV following his weekly television show. 

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