Inbar Starr’s EP 'take it', her first official album, is a captivating collection of songs that offers a window into the life and mind of this talented and eclectic, multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter. 


Originally from Israel, she wrote her first original song when she was just seven.


As a teen, drawing inspiration from a diversity of musical influences such as Alicia Keys, Etta James, Alanis Morissette, Neil Young, Avril Lavigne and Blink 182, Inbar taught herself to play the guitar, piano and ukulele and took lessons for trumpet and drums.

Inbar's singing style has been referred to as smooth R&B with a unique, sultry voice that puts out a relaxed, upbeat, sexy vibe- intertwined with a grounded, down-to-earth energy and has been compared to artists like Corinne Bailey Rae, Amy Winehouse and Norah Jones.


She began her career by singing on cruise ships and in 2013 she got endorsed by Daisy Rock Guitars and won a YouTube competition held by Grammy Award-nominated artist Jamie Cullum, which gave her the opportunity to meet Cullum at his show in Belgium.


This ignited a small European tour of her own which took place in Switzerland, Germany, Holland and the U.K.


In 2016 she was recruited to sing background vocals and play harmonica for Taboo from The Black Eyed Peas, for his song called "The Fight.” In 2017, they performed it at the Yahoo studios: The Fight Video.


In May 2019 she toured the U.K., promoting her singles and her upcoming EP and was interviewed on the BBC Oxford.


'This is fabulous’

-BBC Oxford


'Hope you don’t have a fever because you are definitely going to get hotter after hearing Inbar’s sexy, sultry vocal styling. Rock on, girl!'

-Tish Ciravolo, President and founder of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars



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