Daichin Tana

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Daichin Tana
Native name Mongolian: ᠳᠠᠶᠢᠴᠢᠩ ᠲᠠᠨ᠎ᠠ
Born (1983-08-29) August 29, 1983 (age 35)
Delhi, Haixi, Qinghai, China
Genres Folk music
World music
Years active 2006 (2006)–present
Labels Wind Music
Associated acts HAYA
Daichin Tana
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

Daichin Tana is an ethnic Mongol singer-songwriter from Qinghai, China. She is the lead singer of the band HAYA.

Background[edit]

Daichin Tana's mother was well-known locally as a Mongol folk musician; she supported Daichin Tana's interest in music from a young age.[1] Daichin Tana studied vocal performance at Minzu University of China in Beijing.[2]

Career[edit]

Daichin Tana joined the band HAYA (Mongolian: ᠬᠠᠶᠠᠭ᠎ᠠ; Mongolian: Хаяа; 'sometimes' simplified Chinese: 哈雅乐团; traditional Chinese: 哈雅樂團; pinyin: hāyǎ yuètuán 'band Haya') in 2006. The band produces world music, using Mongolian folk music as its basis.[1]

Daichin Tana provided the lead vocals for HAYA's first album, Wolf Totem, released in 2008.[3] Their second album Silent Sky was released in 2009 with the label Wind Music. A special edition LP vinyl was released in 2015.[4] In 2011, Daichin Tana released another album with HAYA, titled Migration.[4] HAYA released another album in 2014 called Crazy Horse.[3]

In 2016, Daichin Tana and HAYA participated in the fourth season of the musical talent show I Am a Singer. They were eliminated in the first round on 22 January.

Discography[edit]

HAYA[edit]

  • Wolf Totem (Chinese: 狼圖騰) (2008)
  • Silent Sky (Chinese: 寂静的天空) (2009)
  • Migration (Chinese: 迁徙) (2011)
  • Crazy Horse (Chinese: 疯马) (2014)
  • Silent Sky (Special Edition LP) (2015)

Personal life[edit]

In June 2013, Daichin Tana married bandmate and founder of HAYA Zhang Quansheng (Chinese: 张全胜).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "黛青塔娜个人资料背景 黛青塔娜加盟《我的歌手4》" [Daichin Tana's personal background Daichin Tana has signed up to "I am a Singer, series 4"]. Nanrenwo (in Chinese). 11 January 2016. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  2. ^ Chen, Nan (2 November 2015). "Prepare to listen to the hand drum and horse-head fiddle". China Daily. Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  3. ^ a b "HAYA Band". Retrieved 24 February 2017.
  4. ^ a b "Haya Band & Daiqing Tana 黛青塔娜". Discogs. Retrieved 24 February 2017.