Gad Elbaz

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Gad Elbaz
גד אלבז
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Background information
Birth name Gad Gaston Elbaz
Born (1982-08-20) August 20, 1982 (age 34)
Rehovot, Israel
Origin Israel
Genres Jewish music, Eastern music, Mizrahi music, pop, rock,
Instruments Vocals, beatboxing
Years active 1986–present
Labels ZOAB Entertainment, Hoshen Entertainment
Website http://www.gadelbaz.com

Gad Elbaz is an Israeli Jewish singer who has recorded several albums. His music videos have been seen on Channel 24.[where?]

Biography[edit]

Gad began to sing and write music at age four. He first appeared with his father Benny Elbaz, an Israeli singer, accompanying him on the song "Father I Love You". Gad is featured on four CD's with his father. When he was 20, he met his wife Moran who happened to be a fan of his, and married. He later broke out as a solo artist recording ten albums of his own: "Walk in a Straight Path" in 1998, "Light at the End of the Tunnel" in 2003, "Meanings" in 2005, "Almost Quiet" in 2006, “Between the Drops” in 2007, "Live at Caesarea (2 CDs)" in 2008, " Words of Spirit" in 2013, “Nigun Umizmor” in 2014, “Ze Hayom” in 2014, and his latest "Lechayim" in 2017.


In 2009, he began a multi-city world tour to promote his music and message. His Hashem Melech Tour had over 180 shows in 53 cities.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • 1999: Honest Roads (in Hebrew: לך בדרכים ישרות)
  • 2003: Light at the End of the Tunnel (in Hebrew: אור בקצה המנהרה)
  • 2004: Meanings (both CD and DVD) (in Hebrew: משמעויות)
  • 2006: Almost Quiet (in Hebrew: כמעט שקט)
  • 2008: Between the Drops (in Hebrew: בין הטיפות)
  • 2008: Live at Caesarea (2 CDs) (in Hebrew: הופעה חיה בקיסריה)
  • 2013: Words of Spirit (in Hebrew: מילים של רוח)
  • 2014: Nigun Umizmor (in Hebrew: ניגון ומזמור)
  • 2014: Ze Hayom (in Hebrew: זה היום)
  • 2017: L'Chaim

Singles[edit]

1998
  • "Aba, Otcha Ani Ohev" (meaning: "Daddy, I Love You") (at 4-years old, with his father Benny Elbaz)
2004
  • "Halayla Zeh Hazman" (meaning: "Tonight is the Night"; in Hebrew: הלילה זה הזמן) - ft. Alon De Loco (in Hebrew: אלון דה לוקו)
2005
  • "Or" (meaning: "Light"; in Hebrew: אור) - (Alon De Loco [in Hebrew: אלון דה לוקו]) featuring Gad Elbaz
2008
  • "Mizmor Ledavid" (meaning: "A Psalm of David"; in Hebrew: מזמור לדוד)
2010
  • "Just a Prayer Away" (originally in English)
2013
  • "Hashem Melech" (meaning: "God is the King"; in Hebrew: "ה' מלך") (The song's melody is based on that of "C'est la Vie" by Khaled)
  • "Open up" (Hebrew and English version)
2014
  • "Miracles (Al Hanisim)" (ft. Naftali Kalfa and Ari Lesser)
  • "Bring Back Our Boys"
  • "Min Hameitzar" (meaning: "From the Straits")
  • "Hava Nagila"
2015
  • "Hava Nagila" (meaning:"Let us rejoice")
  • "Ma Nishtana" (meaning: "Why is it Different")
  • "Avinu" (meaning: "Our Father")
2016
  • "Besearaich" (meaning:"In Your Gates")
  • "Hashem Melech 2.0" (ft. Nissim)
  • Gabriel Tumbak ft. Gad Elbaz, "Rise Again (Betifara)"
  • "WeR1" ft. Refael Mirila, Alliel, DeScribe, and Nissim
  • "Meefo Lehatchil"
2017
  • "L'Chaim" (ft. Nissim)

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