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Ivri Lider (Hebrew: עברי לידר; born 10 February 1974) is an Israeli pop star and part of the duo TYP also known as The Young Professionals. He is one of the biggest-selling contemporary artists in Israeli music, and has won the Male Singer of the Year honor from Israeli national and local radio stations since entering the Israeli music scene in the late 1990s. He has sold more than 200,000 records.
Lider backstage at Webster Hall in New York City, May 2009
|Born||10 February 1974|
|Origin||Givat Haim, Israel|
|Genres||Pop rock, rock, adult contemporary|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, musician, record producer|
|Instruments||Vocals, Piano, Guitar|
|Associated acts||The Young Professionals (TYP) |
Lider was born in Givat Haim, the third child of Asher and Dalia Lider, Jews who immigrated to Israel from Argentina. His mother is a Holocaust survivor from the Warsaw Ghetto. When he was five, the family moved to Bat Yam and a year later to Herzliya. His mother is a costume designer for the Batsheva Dance Company and his father runs a stationery business. His parents divorced while he was in adolescence. Lider was an athletic child and thought of being a basketball or football player.
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In October 2005 Lider received the "Male Singer of the Year" award from all the major national and local radio stations. He composed most of the soundtrack for the movie The Bubble, and sings the song "Loving That Man of Mine".
In 2008 Lider launched a new Hebrew album and announced an upcoming English album. The music video for his English-language song "Jesse" has received a lot of airtime on LOGO TV, and Out magazine recognized him as a member of the "Out 100" for 2007.
Lider is openly gay. In January 2002, Lider spoke openly about his sexual orientation in a cover-story interview to the daily newspaper Ma'ariv, which attracted a lot of attention. He later said, "On a personal level, I felt complete and happy with my life and who I am, and I didn't see any reason to not talk about it. It seemed strange to have an interview and not to talk about it, about my boyfriend, about my life. On a less personal level, I felt it's kind of my obligation. When you're an artist and you're doing well and you're successful, you get a lot of love and appreciation and energy and good things from people, and I think you need to give it back. Maybe I can influence people and help younger people that struggle – help them to be able to change their views, and stuff like that." Lider refused to be drawn into the debate about the Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade. He did, however, accept a booking to play at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras' "Fair Day" in Camperdown, Australia on Sunday, 21 February 2010.
(Titles in italics are the Hebrew transliterations—original titles in Hebrew are in parentheses, wherever applicable)
- as Ivri Lider
|Caressing and Lying||Platinum|
|1999||Yoter Tov Klum Me'kimat
(יותר טוב כלום מכמעט)
|Better Nothing Than Almost||Platinum|
|The New People||Gold|
|2005||Ze lo oto davar
(זה לא אותו דבר)
|It's Not the Same Thing||Gold|
|2005||Ivri Lider vs. Henree – Fight||Made available with |
It's Not the Same Thing
and later on separately as well
|2008||Be'ketzev Ahid Be'tnuot Shel Ha'goof
(בקצב אחיד בתנועות של הגוף)
|The Steady Rhythm of Body Movements||Gold|
|2015||Ha'ahava Ha'zot Shelanu
(האהבה הזאת שלנו)
|This Love of Ours|
|Total sales: 200,000+|
- as part of TYP
- Yossi & Jagger (2002) – original score and theme song "Bo" (Let's)
- Walk on Water (2004) – original score and theme song "Cinderella Rockafella" duet with Rita
- The Bubble (2006) – original score, theme song "The Man I Love", "Birthday Cake", and ending credits song "Song to a Siren"
Group members since 2005Edit
- Ivri Lider
- Yehonatan Sason Fridge
- Amir Rosiano
- Barak Kram
- Adiel Alexander Goldestein
- Roni Arditti
- Ariel Tuchman
- Yogev Mazouz
- Assaf Amdursky
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