Air Supply prove they’re not all out of love for the Holy Land

With 30 albums and over 15 hit singles, Air Supply was named No. 83 on Billboard’s top 100 musical acts of all time, making them the only Australian band on the list.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
October 27, 2014 22:42
GRAHAM RUSSELL

GRAHAM RUSSELL (left) and Russell Hitchcock of the band Air Supply perform during a concert in Yangon in 2013. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Legendary Australian soft rock duo Air Supply will arrive in Israel in December for a series of concerts, following the success of their previous visit to Israel three years ago.

Singer Russell Hitchcock and guitarist/songwriter Graham Russell met in 1975 and became the group’s founding members; they recorded their debut album the following year. The duo was most successful in the 1980s, with top 10 hits such as “Making Love out of Nothing at All,” “The One That You Love” and “All Out of Love.”

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With 30 albums and over 15 hit singles, Air Supply was named No. 83 on Billboard’s top 100 musical acts of all time, making them the only Australian band on the list.

Air Supply will perform at Tel Aviv’s Bronfman Auditorium on December 12 and 14. For tickets visit www.leaan.co.il.

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