Nikola Vardis and Giorgio Sotiropoulos, respectively guitarist / bassist and sound engineer.
Born in Greece in the 1950s, Nikola Vardis began his musical journey during his adolescence. He was introduced to music on the guitar, but soon turned to bass and played classics by Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Hendrix in local bands.
It was at the age of 20 that he came to Paris to take harmony and modern jazz lessons with Jeff Gilson. There he met many musicians with whom he shared common influences, joined many orchestras (Robert Lefont), jazz clubs and worked with Peyrac.
It was at this time that he met Claude Salmieri, then drummer for France Gall and Michel Berger. Having become friends, they collaborate on the production of Claude's album "Pierrot Lunaire".
Returning to Greece for personal reasons, he performed sessions for local artists and composers like Anna Vissi, Haris Alexiou, George Theofanous, Antonis Vardis and Sakés Rouvas.
He holds the record in Greece for the only bassist who has participated in so many recordings.
Composing his own music, he also performs with Greece's most renowned musicians such as Lakis Zois, George Trantalidis, Marcos Alexiou, Alex Foster, Chris Stasinopoulos, Savas Christodouloy, David Lynch and Tony Lakatos.
He is currently devoting himself to the creation and recording of his next album, and is preparing a method of learning the bass.
A talented sound engineer, he has collaborated with Antipas in many Greek night clubs: Eirini Merkouri, Giannis Zouganelis, Stelios Maximos .... and has worked for famous companies like AUDIO CONTROL, DREAM TEAM HELLAS, MSH EUROPE and many 'other.
Participation in many festivals with great artists: Odeon of Herodes Atticus with Dimitris Mitropanos, Tour among Greece with the key Greek singer Anna Vissi, School Wave Festival in Greek Music Hall, concert at the Vraxon Theater with the Italian singer Juicy Ferreri.