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Anri Jokhadze

Anri Jokhadze
Anri Jokhadze in 2012
Background information
Born (1980-11-06) 6 November 1980
Origin Georgia
Genres Pop, Soul
Occupation(s) Singer

Anri Jokhadze (Eurovision Song Contest 2008 as a backing vocalist for Diana Gurtskaya and her song "Peace Will Come."[2]

Anri has been singing since the age of four; he participated in many contests and concerts both in Georgia and abroad. He is the author of songs, and served as a screenwriter of video-clips. Anri is a producer of many newcomer singers.[3][4][5]

He started his music career in 1998 and he has won thirteen music awards to date.[1] He also has a title of "The Georgian Golden Voice".


  • Me Maints Moval (2005)
  • I Appear on the Stage Again (2006)
  • New Songs (2011)


  1. ^ a b Mikheev, Andy. "Georgia at Eurovision Song Contest 2012 - Грузия на конкурсе песни Евровидение 2012". Retrieved 26 February 2012. 
  2. ^ van Lith, Nick. "Georgia: Final version and official video released". Retrieved 24 June 2012. 
  3. ^ Brey, Marco (19 February 2012). "Anri Jokhadze to represent Georgia".  
  4. ^ "Giga Kukhianidze became the producer of Georgian entrant at Eurovision 2012". 24 February 2012. Retrieved 26 February 2012. 
  5. ^ Hondal, Victor (29 February 2012). "News - Georgia sends Anri Jokhadze to Eurovision 2012". Retrieved 26 February 2012. 
Preceded by
with One More Day
Succeeded by
Sopho Gelovani &
Nodiko Tatishvili
with Waterfall
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