David Draiman Biography, Age, Family, Career, Songs And Net Worth.

David Draiman is an American singer who is best known as the lead vocalist of the band Disturbed as well as the band Device. Draiman is known for his distorted, operatic baritone voice and percussive singing style. In November 2006, Draiman was voted number 42 on the Hit Parader’s “Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time”. Draiman has written some of Disturbed’s most successful singles, such as “Stupify”, “Down with the Sickness”, “Indestructible”, and “Inside the Fire”.

David Draiman Biography

David Draiman is an American singer who is best known as the lead vocalist of the band Disturbed as well as the band Device. Draiman is known for his distorted, operatic baritone voice and percussive singing style. In November 2006, Draiman was voted number 42 on the Hit Parader’s “Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time”. Draiman has written some of Disturbed’s most successful singles, such as “Stupify”, “Down with the Sickness”, “Indestructible”, and “Inside the Fire”.

David Draiman Age

David Draiman born David Michael Draiman was born in Brooklyn, New York on March 13, 1973. He is 46 years as of 2019.

David Draiman Family

Draiman was born in Brooklyn, New York. He is the son of Miriam and YJ Draiman. His father, a candidate in the 2017 race for mayor of Los Angeles, is a former real estate developer, medical administrator, small-business owner, and elected member of the Northridge East Neighborhood Council, among other roles. When Draiman was 12, his father was arrested for embezzlement brought about by unscrupulous business partners and sent to prison, causing great hardship.

Draiman’s brother Benjamin is an ambient/folk rock musician who lives in Israel and performs in Jerusalem. Draiman’s grandmother also lives in Israel. Draiman’s maternal grandparents are both Holocaust survivors; his grandfather transported bodies to the crematorium at Bergen-Belsen, while his grandmother avoided the gas chamber at Auschwitz by crawling to the end of the line.

Draiman attended five Jewish day schoolsincluding Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study in MilwaukeeWisconsinValley Torah High School in Los AngelesCaliforniawhere he formed his first bandand Fasman Yeshiva High School in Chicago, Illinois.

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His folks were attentive, religious Jews (dati). They planned for Draiman to get semikhah, and Draiman every now and again invested energy in Israel during his initial life. Draiman went to five Jewish day schools, including Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Valley Torah High School in Los Angeles, California, where he shaped his first band; and Fasman Yeshiva High School in Chicago, Illinois.

During his first year at Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study, he was approached to leave, as he “defied the congruity” and “simply needed to be an ordinary high school kid”, including that he “couldn’t generally stomach the thorough religious necessities of the life [there]”.

Such insubordination included having a GQ Magazine, tossing a cohort from a second-story window during a fight while lifting loads, and burning down and exploding the Rabbi’s van. Of his investigation at Jewish day schools, Draiman expressed that he “was somewhat angry”; yet he later urged his family to watch Shabbat and was prepared as a hazzan.

Draiman later enlisted at Ida Crown Jewish Academy in Chicago, Illinois, where he moved on from secondary school in 1991. From that point, in 1991–1992. During this time he turned out to be impractically required with a young lady who utilized heroin and in the long run passed on of an overdose, which would, in the end, move “Inside the Fire”.

At 18 years of age, on New Year’s Day, Draiman endeavored to do likewise yet woke up under an extension almost solidified to death. In the wake of traveling to a companion’s home and detoxing for three days, Draiman depicted an “epiphany” and never did heroin again. He went through a year after secondary school learning at the Yeshivas Neveh Zion in Kiryat Ye’arim, on the edges of Jerusalem.

In the wake of coming back to the US in 1992, Draiman initiated pre-law learns at Loyola University Chicago. In 1996, he moved on from the University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government, Philosophy, and Business Administration.

At first thinking about ideas to register and learn at graduate school, Draiman understood that albeit criminal barrier law was the main zone of law that intrigued him, he proved unable “truly take a gander at myself in the mirror and state ‘I’m going to lie professionally and secure culprits'”. During his college considers, Draiman likewise functioned as a bank employee and in telephone deals.

David Draiman Wife

Draiman is a married man. He got married in 2011 to Lena Yada, an American model, actress and professional tandem surfer who is known for her time in World Wrestling Entertainment as a backstage interviewer, valet, and professional wrestler. They have a son, Samuel Bear Isamu Draiman, born in 2013, three weeks early after 23 hours of labor.

David Draiman Career

After graduating from college, Draiman worked as an administrative assistant in a healthcare facility. After his first year, he earned an administrator’s license and commenced running his own healthcare facility. For five years before joining Disturbed and the band’s signing with Giant Records, Draiman was a healthcare administrator. Leaving that position strained his relationship with his grandfather, a traditional Hasidic Jew.

Draiman said, “the first record I ever bought was Kiss’ Destroyer. And those classic bands like Black Sabbath were my first loves … I focused on the seminal metal bands like Metallica, Iron Maiden, Pantera, and Queensrÿche”.

Draiman continues, “But I could also appreciate the hair metal bands – When you hear Whitesnake, you can’t deny their greatness. Then I went in the direction of punk and new wave, groups like the Sex Pistols, The Ramones, The Misfits and later The Smiths and The Cure – that was my ’80s”.

“And then when the grunge revolution happened, it was like a wakeup call. I’ll never forget getting my first Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains records”

David Draiman Net Worth

Draiman is an American songwriter and the lead singer for the heavy metal band Disturbed whose primary source of income is from his singing career. His estimated net worth is $10 million.

David Draiman Discography

Disturbed

  • The Sickness (2000)
  • Believe (2002)
  • Ten Thousand Fists (2005)
  • Indestructible (2008)
  • Asylum (2010)
  • The Lost Children (2011)
  • Immortalized (2015)
  • Evolution (2018)

Device

  • Device (2013)

Guest appearances

  • “Forsaken” (written by Jonathan Davis) (2002)
  • “Here’s to Us” (guest version) (2012)
  • “Dance in the Rain” (guest vocals for Megadeth) (2013)

As Producer

  • Trivium – Vengeance Falls (2013)

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