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 72)
Tel Aviv, British Mandate of Palestine (Now Israel)
Genres World music
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, Piano, trumpet
Years active 1967-present
Labels CBS Records
Hamon Productions
Website Official Site

Ariel Zilber (Hebrew: אריאל זילבר‎; born September 23, 1943) is an Israeli singer-songwriter and composer.[1] After his activity in the innovative rock band Tamuz, he ran a solo career in which he created songs in various genres and influences such as rock, pop, hip-hop, Arab music and Ethiopian music, some of which are considered classics of Israeli music. In 2014 he got an ACUM award for his contribution to music. In the first decade of the 21st century he started expressing controversial right-wing positions in politics regarding settlements, homosexuals and secular Jews.



  • 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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