Ariel Zilber

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Ariel Zilber
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Background information
Birth name Ariel Zilber
Born (1943-09-23) September 23, 1943 (age 70)
Tel Aviv, British Mandate of Palestine (Now Israel)
Genres World music
Rock
Folk
Occupations Singer-songwriter
Composer
Musician
Instruments Piano, Trumpet, Vocals
Years active 1967 - present
Labels CBS Records
Hataklit
Hamon Productions
Website Official Site

Ariel Zilber (Hebrew: אריאל זילבר; born September 23, 1943) is an Israeli singer-songwriter, and composer.[1] He has controversial positions in politics regarding settlements, homosexuals and secular Jews. Achinoam Nini refused a Lifetime Award because Zilber was also a beneficiary.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Rutzi Shmulik, 1976
  • Ariel Zilber and the Brosh Band, 1978
  • Ariel Zilber, 1982
  • Ariel Zilber, CD, 1983
  • Ba Da Di Dia, 1988
  • Two weeks in a foreign city, 1991
  • Smoke Screen, 1999
  • Anabel, 2005
  • Politically Correct, 2008

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