Amir Dadon's love affair with the world of music began at the age of eight, when a clown with a guitar showed up at Amir’s friend's birthday party. From the very first song he heard he knew he wanted to devote himself to music, but it was only twenty-five years later that he took the stage by storm. What led to his late blooming, and what songs he simply would not have written had he broken out in his twenties?
In this new episode, Hedai Offaim welcomes Dadon into his kitchen for a session of singing, conversation, and comforting cooking for the late summer days. While savouring an irresistible stuffed bagel, Offaim and Dadon talked about the singer’s long journey to a solo career, the new song he wrote for his child as well as the child he himself used to be, and about his response to those who ask him if he has gotten stronger. Playing: the premiere of a new song (!). Cooking: a meat-stuffed bagel. Not recommended: watching on an empty stomach.