Candan Erçetin

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Candan Erçetin
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Candan Erçetin during a concert performing.
Background information
Born (1963-02-10) February 10, 1963 (age 56)
Kırklareli, Turkey
GenresPop folk, Turkish folk music, Rebetiko, Southeastern European music
OccupationsSinger-songwriter
LabelsTopkapı Müzik, Pasaj, DMC
WebsiteOfficial Website

Candan Erçetin is a Turkish pop folk singer in Turkey. Candan Erçetin was born on 10 February 1963 in Kırklareli. She studied at Lycée de Galatasaray, and completed Istanbul University with a degree in Archaeology. In 1991, she graduated from Istanbul Municipal Music School where she studied classical opera. She represented Turkey in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 which held in Bergen, Norway as a member of Klips ve Onlar with the song "Halley" instead of Seden Gürel, who was the member of the group and did not go to Norway with it due to her final exams of Architecture Department of İTÜ. She taught music in Lycée de Galatasaray for long years. Presently, as well as continuing her stage performance, she also works as a lecturer at Galatasaray University.

Discography[change | change source]

  • Hazırım (1995)
  • Sevdim Sevilmedim (1996)
  • Çapkın (1997)
  • Oyalama Artık (1998)
  • Elbette (1999)
  • Unut Sevme (2001)
  • Neden (2002)
  • Chante Hier Pour Aujourd'hui (2002)
  • Remix (2003)
  • Melek (2004)
  • Remix's (2005)
  • Aman Doktor (2005)
  • Ben Kimim (2009) Gölgesizler Film Soundrock

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