The Gipsy Kings Host Shlomi Shabat in their Spanish Celebration
The Gypsy Kings band is returning for a tour of Israel with a special guest - Shlomi Shabat, one of the most respected and important artists in Israeli music!
The band, which has become a symbol of Spanish music, with its original soloist Andre Reyes, accompanied by his band, will make three appearances in Tel Aviv, Beer Sheva and Haifa. After the success of their tour with Miri Mesika, this time the band members have decided to return to Israel and host Shlomi Shabat.
September 22, 2021 - The Charles Bronfman Auditorium, Tel-Aviv.
September 25, 2021 - Omer Amphitheater, Beer Sheva. September 26, 2021 - The International Convention Center - Haifa.
The Gipsy Kings became a symbol of Spanish music, known for their renewal of the South American song 'Bamboleo', which became a worldwide hit in 1980. In the same year they recorded their album 'Gipsy Kings' which sold millions of copies worldwide. Among the band's well-known hits are: 'Jobi Joba', 'Volare', a cover version of a song by Domenico Modugno, and the famous cover of the Eagles' hit 'Hotel California'.
One of their big hits 'Un Amor', is performed by them in the opening scene of John Turturro's film 'The Jesus Rolls' a crime comedy in which he returns to play the iconic character of Jesus, the bowling player known to everyone from the cult film 'The Big Lebowski'.
"The only way to truly experience the performance of 'Gypsy Kings' is to get to one of their shows. No album will be a substitute for this fiesta ..." There is no substitute for that temperament, the husky voice, the energetic rhythms, the virtuoso fret, the big gestures. Do not argue with the facts "Hersonski, March 2019".
GIPSY KINGS BY ANDRE REYES
Production: EGOeast Productions
Ticket prices start at 199 NIS.
September 22, 2021 - The Charles Bronfman Auditorium, Tel-Aviv
September 25, 2021 - Omer Amphitheater, Beer Sheva
September 26, 2021 - The International Convention Center - Haifa
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