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Genre : Electro-Pop


Born in Israel and raised in France, Nancy Danino, singer and songwriter, has been the highlight of film soundtracks and Scandinavian pop hits.
In 1999 she completed her first collaboration with the Yellow Production team of techno/acid jazz sound designers, appearing on the Psychodelico album with Bob Sinclar.
Techno artist SNOOZE heard the album, fell in love with Nancy's voice, and selected her to become the lead vocalist of the band. She and Snooze recorded two albums and toured all over Europe together.

Since bursting on the scene with Snooze, Nancy has worked with the most eminent electronic minds in France and Europe.  She sold more than a million copies in Scandinavia with Kent, recorded more than 15 albums including the project "Hollywood mon Amour" produced by Marc Colin from Nouvelle Vague, and the duet with British singer Perry Blake "Ordinary Day" that stayed at number three on the Irish singles chart for an amazing eight weeks. She also wrote and recorded 3 movies soundtracks including "Tokyo Eyes" that got an award at the Cannes Festival.

Seven years ago, Nancy decided to pursue her dreams in America and moved to New York. The album "Testify" was recorded in the prestigious Bennett Studios in NY. Danino’s charismatic personality and lyrical performances have attracted a worldly audience who continue to enjoy her shows again and again.

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