3 November 1983 (age 33)
At age 21, Efrat Gosh (Efrat Gosh) earned a respected stage experience, after schooling short Music studying and singing with many ensembles, especially Jazz.
Since 2002 she sings in Yoni Bloch's band. She is the female voice in "Makir Oto" and in "Im Lo Hayom Az Mahar", and she usually performs with Yoni's band with songs like "Tapuzim" and "Megared".
Efrat's premiere album's recordings were completed on December 2004. Her audience can easily tell she is a terrific performer. Efrat's band consists of Tal Kirshenboim / Tomer Lahav (Guitar), Erez Frank (bass), Yoni Bloch (piano/ guitar), Daniel Koren (piano/accordion), Ariel Armoni (drums), Maya Balzitsman (cello), and Itamar Borochov (trumpet).
"Tamid Kshe'ata Ba", a single from her premiere album, was released in January 2005. The album's lyrics, based on Efrat's personal experience, were written with Barak Feldman. Yoni Bloch produced the album and composed the music.
In 2005, she also partcipated in the project "Metropolin", of Offer Meiri.
In 2007, she released her second album, called "Haslikha veAni" ("the forgivness and me"), with the single "Lir'ot et HaOr" ("to see the light").
Efrat was born in Herzlia and is now living in Tel Aviv.
(Article is a free translation from her website, http://www.efratgosh.co.il)
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