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Birth name  Efrat Gosh
Website  efratgosh.co.il
Movies  The Wonders
Origin  Herzliya, Israel
Name  Efrat Gosh
Children  Julian Jagger Sigler
Years active  2004-present
Role  Singer-songwriter
Labels  NMC
Record label  NMC Music

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Born  November 3, 1983 (age 32) (1983-11-03)
Genres  Indie pop, Singer-songwriter
Similar People  Avi Nesher, Dana Adini, Emily Karpel, Yehonatan Geffen, Roni Alter
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Music group  Metropolin (Since 2005)

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Efrat Gosh (born 1983) (Hebrew: אפרת גוש‎‎) is an Israeli singer-songwriter.

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Biography

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Efrat Gosh was born in Herzliya. She attended the music department at Alon high school in Ramat Hasharon. She continued her education at the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, focusing on Jazz. Efrat became influenced by music of Billie Holiday, Edith Piaf, Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker.

Music career

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Gosh's music career began when some friends asked her if she could record a demo with Yoni Bloch who had written it for Nurit Galron. She agreed and a week later was asked to sing backing vocals in Bloch’s shows. The head of the Hebrew Department of the Israeli music label NMC at the time, Chaim Shemesh, was in the audience and signed a contract with her.

Hebrew dubbing

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In 2009, Gosh was the voice of Zoe Drake in the Anime Series Dinosaur King and Foofa in Yo Gabba Gabba!. She also dubbed Once Upon a Time... Planet Earth.

Discography


  • 2005 Efrat Gosh «Efrat Gosh» (Hebrew: אפרת גוש‎‎)
  • 2007 The Forgiveness and me «Ha-slicha ve-ani» (Hebrew: הסליחה ואני‎‎)
  • 2010 Ah ah ah love «Ah ah ah ahava» (Hebrew: אה אה אה אהבה‎‎)
  • References

    Efrat Gosh Wikipedia


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