The 26 year old George Champagne is a well-known champion of the track (sprinder 100m) with 14 gold medals Pan and many other distinctions. Participated as a distinguished athlete at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in 2004 and was the Runner of Olympic cities. In addition to the arena, deals from childhood in music and has studied guitar.
In October 2007 making his first appearance of the label as a songwriter and writes great success by Helena Paparizou "Το Φιλί Της Ζωής", from the eponymous film by Nikos Zapatinas.
Shortly later released his first personal cd single entitled "Κάπου αλλού" which contains the hit "Σ' αφήνω στον επόμενο."
In March 2008 George Sambanis presents the first complete album entitled "Χαράματα." The album includes the hit "Σ’ αφήνω στον επόμενο," the lovely ballad "Χαράματα" and the duet with Christos Dantis 'Μοιρασιά'
The music to all the songs by George, lyrics signed by John Glory Anastasia Xygkaki and George Stavropoulos while "Ένα φως ανοιχτό" involved the children's choir of Spiros Lambrou.
The entire 2008 playing live with the rock band at various clubs in Athens. In addition, he also wrote two other hits for platinum album of Helena Paparizou "Βρίσκω Τον Λόγο Να Ζω». " These are songs 'Η Καρδιά Σου Πέτρα "and" Πυροτεχνήματα."
In January 2009 and three months George appeared with the ONIRAMA & SALATA LATINA Rise in Piraeus with great success.
In May 2009 released the second album was with highlights from the debut album "Χαράματα" and 3 new: Tin big hit "Μέρες Που Δεν Σου Είπα Σ' Αγαπώ" (duet with Rallia Christidou), the "Τι Να Μας Κάνει Η Νύχτα" featuring Stereo Mike Costa Tourna and disco"Μια Ζωή Θα'μαι Εδώ."
At the same time meets discography but also on stage with Peggy Zina. George signs 9 Songs music for her new album "Tο Πάθος Είναι Αφορμή" and is given the opportunity through them to work with Manos Eleftheriou and Eleana Vrahali. His appearances with Peggy Zina at Politeia in Thessaloniki Stage finish end of June and have a great success.
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia