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Israeli King of Blues Ronnie Peterson will join forces with internationally renowned bass guitarist Yossi Fine at Zappa Club on Jan. 3rd.

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December 26, 2013 11:01
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Peterson rocks
Blues guitarist and vocalist Ronnie Peterson, who has been dubbed the Israeli King of Blues, will join forces with internationally renowned bass guitarist Yossi Fine for a show at the Zappa Club in Herzliya on Friday, January 3 (3 p.m.).

Both Peterson and Fine have an abundance of stellar synergies on their CVs to date, including with legendary blues musicians BB King and Buddy Guy, and rockers Lou Reed and David Bowie.

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