Yuval Dayan

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Yuval Dayan (Hebrew: יובל דיין‎ born in December 26, 1994, in Ashdod, Israel) is an Israeli singer, songwriter, and composer. Dayan was educated in Ashdod. Since childhood she has been singing, playing and performing.

She did her military service in the Education and Youth Corps Entertainment Troupe.

Music career[edit]

In 2012 she participated in The Voice Israel (Season 1)[1] coached by Shlomi Shabat. She sang the song "She'eriot Shel Ha'chaim" (Scraps of life). She advanced to the semi-finals, but unexpectedly announced during the live broadcast that she had decided to bow out of the competition.[2]

In February 2013 her first single from her first album Le'esof (Hebrew: "לאסוף") was released, and succeeded with more than three millions views on YouTube. Her second single from the album "Ad Shetachzor" (Hebrew: עד שתחזור‎)" was released in May 2013. In October 2013 her third single, "Al Tomar", (Hebrew: אל תאמר‎) written by Dudu Tassa, was released.

She did her military service in the Education and Youth Corps Entertainment Troupe.

The second album Libi Er (Hebrew: ליבי ער‎) was released in 2016.

Discography[edit]

Le'esof (2013) Libi Er (2016)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The new generation of Israeli singers". On Jewish Matters. Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  2. ^ Grunzweig, Emilie (March 26, 2012). "Israeli TV Network to Reimburse Supporters of 'The Voice' Contestant Who Quit". Haaretz. Retrieved 8 February 2018.