Soft rock duo Air Supply.
(photo credit: MICHAEL SCHOENFELD)
Soft rock duo Air Supply is heading back to Israel for a concert next year – its fifth time in just the past decade.
The band was most recently in Israel in November 2016
The band – made up of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock – is to perform at the Caesarea Amiptheater on May 16. The duo are sure to bring out all their beloved ’80s hits for their fans – including “All Out of Love,” “Making Love Out of Nothing At All” and “Even the Nights are Better.”
, when it performed in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The aging crooners also played here in 2014, 2011 and 2008.
This time around they’ve picked a busy week in the Jewish state, with their concert scheduled for the same night as the second semifinal competition of the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv.
In a 2016 interview with The Jerusalem Post
, Hitchcock said they always enjoy their time in Israel.
“We always have a great time there, and the fans have been great to us,” Hitchcock said. “It’s a beautiful country, love the food, love the wine – it’s a pleasure to be there every time.”
Tickets for the show are available at eventim.co.il/AirSupply or *9066, and range from NIS 194 to NIS 654.
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