Today he is: 75…the famous English singer from the 50s and 60s: Engelbert Humperdinck. Who didn’t danced slow on: ‘Quando, Quando, Quando’, ‘Spanish Eyes’, ‘A Man Without Love’ and ofcourse: ‘The Last Waltz’. Engelbert Humperdinck will give his show in Nokia Hall on December 1st at 21:30.
40 years ago my favourite singer Jim Morrison of The Doors died. On Tuesday, July 5th, there will be a tribute concert at Hangar 11 (21:30) with: Robby Krieger (guitarist) and Ray Manzarek (keyboardist) of the legendary band… Jim: R.I.P.
The Armenian-Bulgarian pop singer (born in 1967 in Varna ) : Philipp Kirkorov will give a mega show in Nokia Hall on April 30th at 21:30. Kirkorov is currently living and working in Moscow. More information: 03-6045000
French singer, model and actress (and partner of Johnny Depp ;-) ) Vanessa Paradis (1972) will give one concert in the Israeli Opera House (TAPAC) on February the 10th, 2011 (21:30). She became famous with songs like : ‘Joe le taxi’, ‘Marilyn & John’, ‘Be My Baby’ and ‘Natural High’….
Vieux Farka Tourse, the renowned singer/guitarist from Mali, will give a concert with a special appearance of Idan Raichel this coming Friday, November the 26th (22:00) at the The Israeli Opera (TAPAC). Vieux Farka Tourse performs traditional West African music with modern elements of rock ‘n roll , pop , reggae and salsa.
Asaf Avidan, Israeli singer and songwriter, gives it all and will ‘scream’ the blues with his indie, rock, folk and bluesband The Mojos on Thursday, October 7th. (22:00) at the Barby Club. Don’t miss it…
Argentinian singer and human-rights activist Victor Heredia (1947) will give a show on May 31st at 21:00 at Mann Auditorium. Victor was banned during the military dictatorship in Argentine and his sister, Maria Christina, is one of the thousands of “missing” persons.
The Indian singer-songwriter, with a sound she calls ‘bollyfolk bhaJazz’, Manisha Shahane will be back in Tel Aviv on January 4th at the Shablul Jazz Club, (Tel Aviv Port) at 20:30. The concert celebrates her new album: When Parallel Lines meet. She will be supported by local talents: Eli Magen, Amos Hadani and Erez Monk. More infomation: (03) 546.1891
In the Jerusalem Post of April 16th, you will find an interesting article about jazz-singer Nati Rosental, original from Romania (she studied music in Amsterdam). The Post wrote: “…and today she lives in a two apartment-room with a friend in the midst of a lively artist community in Tel-Aviv. She says: “My friends are mainly artist and musicians”. Her circle… Read more →