Danny Sanderson’s new album isn’t as good as his previous one, but even if it’s not a bullseye, it’s definitely on target.
Music in Israel
Finally, now that the stardust has settled, we can focus on Ninet Tayeb's music.
Israeli singer Talya Eliav's new album is dedicated to the work of French singer Barbara, who lived through the Holocaust as a young Jewish girl.
Hadad is the opposite of a drama queen. What’s great about her voice is its clarity. She never makes an effort to excite. She doesn’t lie.
The BBC’s reggae guru has praised the collaboration of Asaf and Ilan Smilan with Jamaican legends from the 1970s.
Meeting with Israelis, let alone visiting their country, is considered an offense in Iran that could have severe repercussions. Iranian dissident musician Shahin Najafi is pleased to break the taboo.
Coldplay now said looking for proper venue to allow 'all of the people in the area and in neighboring countries' to enjoy their music.
Aggressive competition among promoters is bringing many big-name acts to Israel and creating a booming concert market, but the high cost of flying in the crews, security and expensive insurance policies keep ticket prices steep.
The alternative rock group last played here three years ago; rock giant Nick Cave has also been confirmed for a November show.
Chava Alberstein’s new album contains a sequence of five songs that may well be the most beautiful of her entire late career.