The simple truth about Yonina

Although they began playing together almost immediately, Yoni noted, “It wasn’t so natural in the beginning.”

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
September 16, 2016 14:26
Yonina

Yonina. (photo credit: PR)

 
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Every Friday, Yonina fans are treated to a new music video, intended to “make people happy and get them in the atmosphere of Shabbat.” Yonina is the stage name of Yoni and Nina Tokayer, a young married couple who live in Pardess Hanna with their five-month-old daughter Ashira.

Asked whether people assume that his wife is Yonina, Yoni noted that mistake happens often. Once, a radio station introduced them as Yonina and her husband. But, like “Brangelina” and “TomKat,” he told In Jerusalem, they came by the name rightly.

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