Soldiering on, at Jacob’s Ladder

Tim Isberg, a lieutenant-colonel in the American army, will be one of the star turns at this year’s Jacob’s Ladder Festival.

May 11, 2016 12:13
Tim Isberg

Veteran Canadian Army officer Tim Isberg brings his singer-songwriter talents to Jacob’s Ladder. (photo credit: BRAIN ZOHORODNIUK)


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 If you are going to be a singer-song- writer, it can help to have some hefty accrued personal baggage to enrich your lyrics and music. Tim Isberg has that, in spades.

Isberg, who hails from Alberta, Can- ada, will be one of the star turns at this year’s Jacob’s Ladder Festival, which takes place at its regular venue of Nof Ginossar at the northwestern corner of the Kinneret from May 19 to 21.


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