Julio Iglesias returns to Tel Aviv

During his more than 40-year career, he's sold over 300 million records, both in Spanish and English.

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July 2, 2009 09:33

 
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Latin crooning superstar Julio Iglesias is returning to Israel after an 11-year absence. The master of romantic ballads that have made him one of the 10 best-selling artists of all time, the 66-year-old Iglesias will be playing the Nokia Center on September 8 - the same venue at which he performed in 1998. During his more than 40-year career, he's sold over 300 million records, both in Spanish and English, and with his suave, debonair appearance, he can still can make an audience swoon.

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