b. May 10, 1973 Comfortably outsells Madonna, Coldplay and U2 in his home country and has over 2.5 million record sales worldwide. In 1993 he released the controversial ‘Cloudy Now’ which rebelliously featured the F-word, was banned from Israeli radio and yet topped the charts. Two years later he publicly made peace with politician Yitzhak Rabin at a political rally after singing ‘Cry for You’ and moments later Rabin was tragically assassinated. Geffen is the grandson of the late Israeli Defense Minister and Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan. He is the son of Yonathan Geffen and Shira Geffen is his sister.
Aviv Geffen (, born May 10, 1973) is an Israeli rock musician, singer, songwriter, producer, keyboardist and guitarist. He is the son of writer and poet Yehonatan Geffen and Nurit Makover, brother of actress Shira Geffen, and an alumnus of Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. Geffen was and is extremely popular among Israeli youth, who were known during the 1990s as the "Moonlight Children". Politically, he associates with the Israeli left. His music deals with subjects such as love, peace, death, suicide, politics, the army in general and the IDF specifically. He is often criticized for not serving in the IDF, though, officially, he was discharged for medical reasons.