Ariel Horowitz

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Ariel Horowitz (Hebrew: אריאל הורוביץ‎, born 1970) is an Israeli Singer-Songwriter, and the son of the late Naomi Shemer, widely regarded as one of Israel's most important song writers. He is married to the Israeli singer Tamar Giladi.

He has released six albums: Yallah Bye (1998), Renée (2002), Menase Sefer (2004), Zman Emet (2008), Album 5 (2010), and HaGiborim Sheli (2013).[1][2]

The song "Yallah Bye" was one of the most played songs on Voice of Israel, an Israeli radio station, in 1998.[3]

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