Roy Dahan is an Israeli singer-songwriter born and raised in the village of Korazim. Influenced from an early age by the musical likes of Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and classic Israeli singer-songwriters, Dahan’s albums are considered to have been influential to the developing folk music scene in Israel.
His first studio album, Some of This Life, was released in 2011 to critical and public praise and was named best album of the year by TimeOut Tel Aviv. His select singles “Does Anyone Know” and “State of Mind” were featured in the popular Israeli radio station, Galgalatz’s, 2012 top songs playlist of the year and “State of Mind” was 88FM Radio's most played song of 2012.
He followed with the release of two more successful albums: The Man in My Head (2013) and Through The Woods (2016).
Dahan has toured and performed in cities across Europe and the United States and, following the release of his second album, was invited to perform at the international Liverpool Sound City Music Festival.
Now based in the U.S., he is currently working on his first Solo Piano Album and companion composition book inspired by his love and influence of the great classical music composers.