| Piano pop, Rock|
Hed Arzi Music
| March 11, 1979 (age 36)
Yavne'el, Israel (1979-03-11) |
If This Is Life, Flood, Between the City and Village
Tomer Grencel (m. 2009–2010), Noam Tor
Miri Mesika, Sarit Hadad, Roni Dalumi, Yehoram Gaon, Rita
Doron Peles, Miriam Peles
Keren Peles Wikipedia
Keren Peles Toor (Hebrew: קרן פלס טור; born March 11, 1979) is an Israeli singer-songwriter and a pianist.
Peles graduated from the Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. In 2005, she became famous for her songwiriting for Miri Mesika and Shiri Maimon.
Her debut album, If This Is Life was released in July 2006 and was certified gold after selling 20,000 copies. Peles wrote all of the songs on the album. She was also nominated female singer of the year (2006) by Galgalatz, and was named Israeli Singer of the Year by the Israeli radio stations.
In April 2008, her second album, Mabool (Flood), was released. In September the album went gold, and she was chosen as Israel's Singer of the Year again.
Peles has written songs for Harel Skaat, Amir Fey Gutman, and Boaz Mauda's song Oreach Ba'olam (A guest in the world).
Keren Peles married website developer Tomer Grencel in June 2009. The couple separated in 2010. Today, she is in a relationship with Noam Toor and they have two children, Uri and Luna.