Agababa beat

Eclectic ethos with The Aga Babot Trio.

January 26, 2017 14:22
The Aga Babot Trio

The Aga Babot Trio. (photo credit: SHMULIK BALMAS)


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Avi Agababa tends to spread things around.

He has been a mainstay of the ethnic music scene here for over 30 years, but has also enjoyed long stints with seminal singer-songwriter Chava Alberstein, and says he is not exactly averse to knocking out some rock-oriented beats on a regular drum set.


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