Macy Gray to play in Jerusalem

The raspy-voiced belter will lead a lineup that includes Yehudit Ravitz, Shalom Hanoch, and Idan Raichel.

April 21, 2009 11:36
Macy Gray to play in Jerusalem

Macy Gray 88 224. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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American soul songstress Macy Gray will be returning to Israel next month to headline a star-studded show for Student Day in Jerusalem on May 20th. Less than a year after performing in Tel Aviv, the raspy-voiced belter will lead a lineup that includes Yehudit Ravitz, Shalom Hanoch, Idan Raichel, Geva Alon and Yael Deckelbaum. The show will be part of three days of celebrations in the capital combining Jerusalem Day festivities with student festivities. Among the attractions will be giant parties downtown, guided tours and young Jerusalem musicians and artists displaying their crafts throughout the city.

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