March 13, 1973 (50)
David Draiman is an American singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Disturbed. He joined the band in 1996 and has since been a key figure in its success, known for his powerful voice and distinctive sound. Draiman has been instrumental in the band’s achievements, which include several chart-topping albums and numerous hit singles.
Draiman’s career with Disturbed has been marked by a series of successful albums, including “The Sickness,” “Believe,” and “Immortalized.” These albums feature some of the band’s most well-known songs, such as “Down with the Sickness” and “The Sound of Silence.”
Throughout his career, Draiman has collaborated with various artists and bands, contributing to a diverse range of music projects. He has worked with artists like Myles Kennedy and Device, a side project that saw him exploring different musical styles.
Draiman’s contributions to music with Disturbed have been recognized with several awards and nominations. The band has received Grammy nominations for Best Rock Performance and Best Metal Performance.