Sister Bliss

Sister Bliss

born on 30/12/1970 in London Borough Of Enfield, United Kingdom

Alias Ayalah Deborah Bentovim
Sister Bliss

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Sister Bliss

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Sister Bliss
Born December 30 1970
London, United Kingdom

Sister Bliss (real name Ayalah Bentovim, born 30 December 1970) is a British keyboardist, record producer, DJ, composer and songwriter. In the studio she is best known for her work with Rollo Armstrong, particularly as part of the now disbanded dance group Faithless.

She started music at the age of five, when she learned how to play the piano. She eventually moved on to the violin, saxophone and then bass.

She formed Faithless in 1995 with Rollo, Jamie Catto and Maxi Jazz. Bliss constructed most of the music of Faithless herself electronically, but also played the piano, violin, saxophone and bass guitar. Various others have been members and collaborators over the years including Zoë Johnston and, frequently, Rollo's sister Dido, who began her musical career providing backing vocals for the band. Faithless toured extensively, and while Rollo preferred to stay in the studio, Sister Bliss could be seen on stage with Maxi Jazz.

She released a two-disc compilation entitled Headliners: 02 in 2001.

On 10 September 2006 she gave birth to a baby boy named Nate. The track "Nate's Tune" found on the Faithless album To All New Arrivals is dedicated to him. Later on, Faithless founded their own record label called Nate's Tunes.

She released Nightmoves on 14 July 2008.

Discography

  • 2000: "Sister Sister (Single)"
  • 2001: Headliners: 02
  • 2008: Nightmoves

References

External links

Faithless
Current Members: Sister Bliss | Maxi Jazz | Rollo
Previous Members: Jamie Catto
Discography
Studio albums: Reverence | Reverence / Irreverence | Sunday 8PM | Sunday 8PM / Saturday 3AM | Outrospective | Outrospective / Reperspective | No Roots | Everything Will Be Alright Tomorrow | To All New Arrivals
Compilation Albums: Back to Mine | The Bedroom Sessions | Forever Faithless - The Greatest Hits | Renaissance 3D
DVDs: Live at The Melkweg Amsterdam | Forever Faithless - The Greatest Hits | Live At Alexandra Palace
Singles: Salva Mea | Insomnia | Don't Leave | If Lovin' You is Wrong | Reverence | God Is A DJ | Take the Long Way Home | Bring My Family Back | Why Go? | We Come 1 | Muhammad Ali | Tarantula / Crazy English Summer | One Step Too Far | Dub Be Good to Me | Mass Destruction | I Want More | Miss U Less, See U More | No Roots | Why Go? 2005 | Insomnia 2005 | Fatty Boo | Reasons (Saturday Night) | Bombs
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