The Israel Museum is fast becoming one of the hottest spots on the national entertainment circuit. Most would agree that it houses the finest collections of historical and contemporary artifacts, but the hilltop national arts repository is increasingly hosting some top-notch musical programs, too.There is the annual Jerusalem International Jazz Festival, held in December, and the predominantly classical music Seeing the Sounds festival has just closed. Next up is the four-concert LIVE at the Museum In the Art Garden, featuring some high-energy ethno-pop, blues-infused rock, folk-based crooning and some Greek music-laced rock. The shows will take place July 3 to 6, with the lineup including, in chronological order, Teapacks, Asaf Avidan, Yehoram Gaon and Yehuda Poliker. Most of the acts will also feature guest artists, such as divas Carolina and Riki Gal, who will put in appearances with Teapacks and Poliker, respectively.All the main acts have plenty of “previous,” and all are staples of the national music scene. Teapacks burst into national consciousness in the early 1990s when the southern-bred bunch made the transition to Tel Aviv. The initial germ for the band was formed when singer-keyboardist Kobi Oz, from Sderot, met another local lad by the name of Gal Ferman. Back then Ferman was not a musician, but he blossomed into a bass player and one of the mainstays of the band over the past 30 odd years. Oz was, and is, the person most readily identified with Teapacks, with his effervescent personality and zany stage presence. He also writes all the music and lyrics.