Noam, full name Noam Kaniel (born August 18, 1962 in Tel Aviv, Israel) is a singer and composer, who has sold over 8 million records, and is known for composing or performing the theme songs of many animated series including X-Men, Goldorak, The Mysterious Cities of Gold, Heathcliff and Code Lyoko, to mention just a few. Contents 1 Biography, 2 Discography, 3 music composition for series, 4 Sources, 5 References, 6 External links, Biography edit: Noam began singing at the age of 8 in Israel, taking second place in a children's singing contest organized by his future most frequent collaborator, producer Haim Saban, in partnership with Yuda Talit. While in Israel, he went on to record such major hit songs as "Gali" and "Ima Sheli"; during this period, he performed continuously. By 1972, at the height of the Yom Kippur war, young Noam was spotted singing in front of soldiers by Mike Brant who was France's biggest selling artist at the time. Brant believed that Noam could ... Read More
Career Started: 1971
Official Website: http://sonicvisiongroup.com/?portfolio=noam
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