Yael Naim set to perform in Tel Aviv

Israeli-born singer visits Israel after winning French award for best female musician.

May 26, 2011 23:12


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French born and Israeli raised singer Yael Naim is back in Israel for only two performances this Friday and Saturday in Tel Aviv.

Naim, who currently lives in France, just released her third album for which she was given the French award for best female singer.

Although her most recent album is entirely in English, past songs also included Hebrew and French lyrics.

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Naim is best known for her song New Soul, which gained popularity in 2008 when it was played in a commercial for an Apple computer. Naim says that she still loves to sing the song which peaked at #7 on the US Billboard charts.

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