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Singer responds to critics on Twitter that she's 'considering all options' but local organizers say the show will go on.
The four-day festival will take place across the city as Londoners get a sense of day-to-day life in Tel Aviv.
She will bring her peerless delivery and enchanting stage persona to Israel for the first time in a decade as part of her suitably entitled “Forever Young” global tour.
The Tel Aviv-based blues-rock band reflect on everyday struggles in Israel on their new dance album.
By JENNIFER GREENBERG
Boy George defended himself against attacks on Twitter for his scheduled performance by supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
By SARAH LEVI
David Garrett is no ordinary classical musician.
Each musician tackles a wide range of weird and wonderful instruments on the upcoming album (still nameless) scheduled for release this winter.
The group even decided to capitalize on the unexpected resurgence of its name by recording its own ribald rendition of the song.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Much like The Beatles in their later years, Parsons and Woolfson were loath to attempt to replicate the complex instrumentation they were using in the studio in a live setting.
By DAVID BRINN
Vodicka stresses that there is nothing wrong with crossover, as long as it is done with good taste and respect for the music.
By MAXIM REIDER
The Minuette band members shared musical tastes, which also took in such jazz giants as pianist Keith Jarrett, guitarist John Scofield, saxophonist Joe Lovano and bass player Eberhard Weber.
By BARRY DAVIS
Wherever you look on the festival bill, eclectics appears to be the name of the Tzlilei Yaldut game.
Yaron Ben-Ami and Sagol 59 will present “Clarksdale, corner of Petah Tikva,” a show of classic blues, folk and country songs, translated into Hebrew, and Hagar Levi will offer a Nina Simone tribute.
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