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One Israeli creation for the weekend

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August 9, 2013

Miri Mesika is one of Israel's biggest, greatest voices, if not THE biggest. When she opens her mouth, you forget where you are or who you are, as she carries you away with her deep, touching voice.


She was discovered in 2005, when she was a young “Rimon” school of music alumni, and took over the music charts as her songs filled the playlists of every radio station. All four of her solo albums were certified as “gold albums” and two of them reached the status of “platinum albums.” Mesika also appeared in theater (musical theater, mostly) and on film, and was a member of the judges panel of Kochav Nolad (the Israeli version of American Idol.)

 

Achshav Ata Chozer Bechazara (Now you're coming back)

 

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