Israeli Rock Singers And Rock Groups

Created by Moshe Kaye on 29 Nov 2021 | Collaborator: OgingerO | Last edited by Moshe Kaye on 10 Jan 2022

A Collection dedicated to Israeli Rock Singer and Rock Groups. Please post your suggestions below and we'll add as appropriate.

1. Jane Bordeaux Artist

A band from based in Tel-Aviv, "making Live n' kickin' american folk-country style music in Hebrew".

Beit HaBubot is rock band from Israel . Their popularity is a bit of an oddity, they became famous with backpackers as far as South America before bursting out on the scene in Israel.

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Rock

Language:  Hebrew

3. Kaveret Artist

Kaveret (Hebrew: כוורת‎, lit. "beehive"), also known as Poogy (Hebrew: פוגי‎, nickname of band drummer Meir Fenigstein chosen for their performances abroad), was an Israeli rock band, which operated originally from 1973 to 1976. Representing Israel in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest, its songs featured humorous lyrics and ironic musical references. Kaveret is widely considered a breakthrough band in Israeli rock and pop history, and its members have had notable solo careers

4. Tislam Artist

T-Slam (also Tislam, Hebrew: תיסלם) was an influential Israeli rock band, founded in 1980 by Dani Bassan, Izhar Ashdot and Yair Nitzani. The band dissolved on October 23, 1983, but has reunited at least three times since then.

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Pop-Rock

Language:  Hebrew

5. Teapacks Artist

Teapacks (also known as Tipex) (Hebrew: טיפקס‎) is an Israeli band that formed in 1988 as HaHotzaa La'Poal (Hebrew: ההוצאה לפועל‎, The Execution) in the southern Israeli city of Sderot. Originally the band was named after the correction fluid Tipp-Ex, but in 1995 the transliteration was changed so as not to infringe on the well-known brand, while keeping the pronunciation and spelling in Hebrew the same.

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Mizrahi

Languages:  Hebrew, English, French, Russian

6. Mashina Artist

Mashina (Hebrew: משינה‎) is an Israeli rock band which was active from 1983 to 1995, and then again from 2003 to the present. The band is considered by many to be Israel's most important and influential rock band. Their musical style took inspiration from ska and hard rock, among others.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Rock, Alternative

Language:  Hebrew

7. Ninet Tayeb Artist

Ninet Tayeb (Hebrew: נינט טייב‎; born October 21, 1983), commonly known only as Ninet, is an Israeli musician, singer-songwriter, composer, DJ, model and actress. She is considered among the most famous people in the Israeli entertainment industry.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Alternative, Pop, Indie

Languages:  Hebrew, English

8. Corinne Allal Artist

Korin Allal is one of Israel’s most famous and loved rock singers, a composer, musician and songwriter, whose career in Israel spans the late 1970s until today.

9. Gidi Gov Artist

Gideon "Gidi" Gov (Hebrew: גידי גוב‎; 4 August 1950) is an Israeli singer, TV host, entertainer, and actor. He was married to the late Anat Gov with whom he had three children.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Jazz, Pop, Rock, Folk

Language:  Hebrew

10. Danny Sanderson Artist

Danny Sanderson (Hebrew: דני סנדרסון‎; born November 30, 1950) is an Israeli musician, singer-songwriter and guitarist. In 2005, Sanderson received a lifetime achievement award for his contribution to Israeli music.

11. Berry Sakharof Artist

Berry Sakharof (Hebrew: ברי סחרוף‎, [ˈbeʁi ˈsaχaʁof]; born 7 July 1957) is an Israeli rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer. Sakharof is one of Israel's most popular and critically acclaimed rock musicians, and is often referred to as "the prince of Israeli rock".

Country:  Israel

Languages:  Hebrew, English, Ladino (Judeo-Spanish)

12. Pablo Rosenberg Artist

Pablo Rosenberg was born in Argentina in 1965. His family made aliyah to Israel when he was 6 years old. He joined the Israeli hard rock band “Stella Maris.”[1] In 2010, he joined the judging panel of Kochav Nolad, the Israeli version of American Idol.

13. Yehudit Ravitz Artist

Yehudit Ravitz (Hebrew: יהודית רביץ‎; born December 29, 1956) is an Israeli singer-songwriter, multidisciplinary artist, composer and music producer. She is one of the most successful and famous Israeli rock musicians, with a career spanning over forty years.

14. Tzvika Pick Artist

Svika Pick (born Henryk Pick, Hebrew: צביקה פיק‎; born 3 October 1949)[1][2] is a Israeli pop singer, songwriter, composer, and television personality.

15. Gazoz Artist

Gazoz (Hebrew: גזוז‎) was an Israeli pop rock band, which operated originally from 1978 to 1979. Two of the members had previously played together in the band Kaveret. Most of the band's songs were radio hits, among which were “Rony”, “Danny And Mummy”, “Spaceship”, “Tea Makes Me Dizzy” and “Nine O'Clock At The Circle.”

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Pop-Rock

Language:  Hebrew

16. Yoni Rechter Artist

Yoni Rechter (Hebrew: יוני רכטר‎; born 18 November 1951) is an Israeli musician, composer, pianist, arranger and singer.

Country:  Israel

Language:  Hebrew

17. Ethnix Artist

Ethnix (Hebrew: אתניקס‎, stylized as Xאתני, [ˈetniks]) is an Israeli pop-rock band, founded in 1984 as Moskva (Hebrew: מוסקבה‎, [moskˈva] - "Moscow") by vocalist Zeev Nechama and keyboardist Tamir Kalinski. Their music is a mix of oriental and Western melodies. Ethnix is the oldest continuously-operating band in Israel, together since 1984.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Pop, Rock, Mizrahi

Languages:  Hebrew, English

18. Doda (israel) Artist

דודה הייתה להקת רוק ישראלית שהוקמה בשנת 1980 על ידי דני סנדרסון וגידי גוב והתפרקה בשנת 1981. הלהקה הוציאה אלבום אחד שנשא את שמה.

Doda was an Israeli rock group that formed in 1980 by Dani Sanderson and Gidi Gov. They broke up in 1981. The produced one eponymous album.

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Rock

Language:  Hebrew

19. Yitzhak Klepter Artist

יצחק (צ'רצ'יל) קלפטר (נולד ב-31 במרץ 1950) הוא מוזיקאי, זמר, מלחין, גיטריסט ופזמונאי ישראלי. היה חבר בלהקות כוורת, אחרית הימים, צליל מכוון והצ'רצ'ילים.

20. Monica Sex Artist

Monica Sex (Hebrew: מוניקה סקס‎; also spelled Monika Sex) is an Israeli alternative rock band.

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Rock

Language:  Hebrew

21. Peter Roth Artist

פיטר רוֹט (נולד ב-17 בספטמבר 1974) הוא זמר, גיטריסט, מוזיקאי, פזמונאי, מלחין, מפיק ומעבד מוזיקלי ישראלי. חבר בלהקה מוניקה סקס

Born 17 Sept 1974,Israeli singer, guitar player, composer. Member of Monica Sex.

Country:  Israel

Language:  Hebrew

Ha-Chaverim shel Natasha (The Friends of Natasha or Natasha's Friends in English, Hebrew: החברים של נטאשה) is a former Israeli rock band, highly regarded by critics,[1] which was one of the most popular Israeli bands during the 1990s. The band released three studio albums.[2]

Country:  Israel

Genre:  Rock

Languages:  Hebrew, Russian

23. Riki Gal Artist

Gal began her music career in the entertainment troupe of the Israeli Navy.[3] After her discharge from the IDF, she released her first single and an album called World of Jacques Brel. She has collaborated with Matti Caspi, Ehud Manor and Louie Lahav.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Blues, Folk, Pop, Pop-Folk

Language:  Hebrew

24. Mika Karni Artist

Mika Karni is an Israeli pop singer and trained violinist.

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Pop, Rock, Singer-songwriter

Language:  Hebrew

25. Rona Kenan Artist

Kenan was born on 26 July 1979. Her father is the late Amos Kenan and her mother is the scholar Nurith Gertz. She was attracted to music at a young age and learned to play the guitar. She graduated from the theater program at Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts, but preferred a musical career. At the age of eighteen she was considered a "discovery".

Country:  Israel

Genres:  Alternative, Rock, Pop-Folk, Folk

Languages:  Hebrew, English

26. Yehuda Poliker Artist

Yehuda Leon Poliker (Hebrew: יהודה ליאון פוליקר; born December 25, 1950) is an Israeli singer, songwriter, musician, and painter. Poliker first became known in the 1980s as the lead vocalist for the band Benzene. In 1985, after Benzene broke up, he began a varied solo career that included motifs from rock, pop, and traditional Greek music.

Country:  Israel

Languages:  Hebrew, Greek

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