Q&A: Why no war can stop David Broza's music

In a wide-ranging interview, veteran Israeli singer tells Premium Zone why he hasn't lost sight of the hope he spread with his first song 'Yiheyeh Tov' (It will be okay).

September 17, 2014 17:10
David Broza

David Broza. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)


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Israeli singer-songwriter David Broza is a musical legend and a long-time peace activist, who uses his art to build bridges, particularly in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Broza sits down with The Jerusalem Post  to discuss the power of music, the meaning behind his war-time activities, and why he never loses hope.

As an activist who has used music to promote peace, from your experience, what impact can music have?


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