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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Madeleine Peyroux Concert in Tel Aviv, Israel. November 11, 2012

Source: Tourist Israel
By Ben Julius


American vocalist Madeleine Peyroux will give a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel this November. Highly regarded for a number of highly successful songs produced in the past ten years, Peyroux’s most famous songs include ‘I’m All Right’ and her cover of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Dance me to the end of love’. Having last performed in Israel in 2009, Madeleine Peyroux will return to perform at Tel Aviv’s Reading 3 club on November 11, 2012. Tickets are on sale now.
Madeleine Peyroux will give a Tel Aviv concert in November 2012
Madeleine Peyroux will give a Tel Aviv concert in November 2012
Tickets for Madeleine Peyroux in Tel Aviv are available from the Eventim ticket agency. Standing (עמידה) costs 199 NIS and seated (ישיבה- מסומן) costs NIS 249.
Here, listen to Madeleine Peyroux singing one of her greatest hits, ‘I’m all right’