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Name  Karnig Sarkissian

Role  Singer
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Albums  Lisbon Five, Armenian Patriotic Songs
Similar People  Harout Pamboukjian, Paul Baghdadlian, Nersik Ispiryan, Antoine Bezdjian, Adiss Harmandian

Karnig sarkissian


Karnig Sarkissian (Armenian: Գառնիկ Սարգիսեան), is a popular Armenian singer born in Aleppo, Syria, and a naturalized American citizen. He is well known for his Armenian patriotic songs throughout the Armenian diaspora and a big supporter of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF).

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Prison

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In 1982, Sarkissian was convicted in taking part in a plot to bomb the Philadelphia Turkish Consulate. A resident of Anaheim, California at the time, his accomplices according to the courts were Viken Vasken Yacoubian of Glendale; Vicken Archavir Sarkissian Hovsepian, of Santa Monica; Dikran Sarkis Berberian, of Glendale and Steven John Dadaian, of Canoga Park, California and lisbon 5. They were accused of being members of Justice Commandos Armenian Genocide (JCAG).

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His prison sentence was cut short. After release from prison, Karnig Sarkissian resumed his artistic activity and is a popular singer in the Armenian diaspora.

Albums

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  • Housher (double album, 2009)
  • Lisbon Five1989
  • Meghavore Tashnagtsutyun1995
  • Ezkush Kordzir Hayasdanum1996
  • Ver Gats Joghovourt 1997
  • Gharapaghi Engadznerin 1993
  • Hayots Mardigner 1985
  • Heghapokhagan Yerker 1977
  • Singles

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  • Arjani (duet with Sevak Amroyan, produced by DerHova, 2017)
  • References

    Karnig Sarkissian Wikipedia


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