After completing her military service in 1971, she married Yisrael Poliakov of the HaGashash HaHiver trio. The couple divorced in 1975. Following the divorce, Gal flew to New York, where she got married the second time. This marriage also ended in a divorce.
Subsequently, Gal returned to Israel. From 1990 to 2002, she was married the news reporter of Channel 1 Ori Cohen Aharonov. In 1991, they had a daughter named Leary. Career Gal began her music career in the entertainment troupe of the Israeli Navy. After her discharge from the IDF, she released her first single and an album called World of Jacques Brel.
She has collaborated with Matti Caspi, Ehud Manor and Louie Lahav. She played Mama Morton in the Beit Lessin Theater production of Chicago and was a judge on Israel's version of A Star is Born, Kokhav Nolad. She was one of the stars of Les Miserables, a musical by Alain Boublil based on the Victor Hugo novel. Gal's album Ohevet otcha yoter (I love you more) was a co-production with Matti Caspi, who was responsible for most of the compositions, arrangements and instrumental accompaniment. The title song of Gal's album Seeing the Years (2009) is "Imazman," a tribute to Gal's mother and also a play on words (ima = mom, zman = time, im hazman = over time). The song begins with words from the popular song "Que Sera, Sera" (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) and continues in Spanish. Read more on Last.fm.
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