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Gad Elbaz

Gad Elbaz

Gad Elbaz


Gad Elbaz (גד אלבז) started his singing career at the age of 4. His first duet with his father they sang «Abba Otcha Ani Ohev» (Dad, I Love You) He sang along his father, Benny Elbaz, who himself was a renown Mizrahi singer. At the age of 7, Gad’s family became observant. The first and most famous song written by his father and sung by the two of them after they became observant, «Lo Kashe Lachzor B’Tshuva» (It Isn’t Hard To Become Observant) was an instant hit Read more on Last.fm
Gad Elbaz (גד אלבז) started his singing career at the age of 4. His first duet with his father they sang «Abba Otcha Ani Ohev» (Dad, I Love You) He sang along his father, Benny Elbaz, who himself was a renown Mizrahi singer. At the age of 7, Gad’s family became observant. The first and most famous song written by his father and sung by the two of them after they became observant, «Lo Kashe Lachzor B’Tshuva» (It Isn’t Hard To Become Observant) was an instant hit, and touched the lives of thousands of non-observant Israeli families. At the age of 20, he met his wife Moran, who happened to be a fan of his, and married.

They have one child together. Gad Elbaz (Born 1982) is a famous Israeli singer. He is best known by his #1 hit, «Halayla Zeh Hazman» (Tonight is the Time) and for being the son of Mizrahi singer Benny Elbaz. Professional career As a child, he made 4 records with his father, and later 3 more on his own. He was 16 when he put out his first solo effort, which wasn’t of any meaningful success, called «Light at the end of the Tunnel» Finally in 2005, he released Meanings, which sold close to 100,000 copies in Israel alone. His songs feature catchy Oriental tunes, luring both the observant crowd as well as the non-observant one.

In 2006 he released another, toned down album named Kimat Shaket כמעת שקט «Almost Quiet.» A new disc called Ben Hatipot (Between the drops) is set to release sometime in September. One song already put on Israeli radio called «Olam Shel Yeladim»( world of children) is already making hits in Israel. His CD Bein Hatipot is now a HUGE hit in Israel. Gad’s Objectives Gad Elbaz has made it clear that although his songs’ lyrics can be misinterpreted (he often sings about God and love for the Torah), his intentions are pure. In an interview with the Jewish Music Insider, he says that his goal is to keep people’s faiths alive through his music, which includes catchy tunes with religious connotation.

In an effort to appeal to the non-observant crowd as well, he sings alongside non-observant famous Israeli stars like Lidor Yosefi and Shlomi Shabat. His goal is also to help even non-religious to believe that G-D is there and that G-D exists. ———————————————————————————————— http://www.gadelbazmusic.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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