Dudu Aharon

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Dudu Aharon
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Dudu Aharon in concert
Background information
Native name דודו אהרון
Birth name Dudu Aharon
Born (1984-12-23) December 23, 1984 (age 29)
Origin Kiryat Ekron, Israel
Genres Pop, Hebrew, Mizrahi
Occupations singer-songwriter
Years active 2007–present
Website http://dudu-aharon.co.il

Dudu Aharon (Hebrew: דודו אהרון‎) (born on 23 December 1984) is a singer song writer, musician, and composer from Israel.

Biography[edit]

David (Dudu) Aharon was born in Kiryat Ekron. Aharon is one of Israel's leading singers of Mizrahi Music. Aharon released his first album, "First Love," in 2007.

In 2011, Aharon took part a television reality show called "Live in LA LA Land," in which he and five other singers sought their fortune in Los Angeles. [1]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • "Ahava Rishona" [First Love] (November 2007) - 40,000 Mobile legal downloads
  • "HaKol Zeh Milemala" [It's All From Heaven] (July 2009) - Gold Album - Sales over 20,000 copies
  • "Milim Pshutot" [Simple Words] (August 2010) - Double Platinum Album - Sales over 80,000 copies
  • "Ein Kmo Ahava" [There's Nothing Like Love] (December 2011) - Platinum Alvum - Sales over 40,000 copies
  • "Gibor" [Hero] (June 2012)
  • "Yamim Tovim" [Good Days] (Sep 2013)

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