J.J. Goldberg is back with a Yom Kippur playlist. Among the guest artists are Leonard Cohen, Amy Winehouse, Eminem, Chava Alberstein and Bob Dylan. Listen, enjoy and repent!
It’s wasn’t easy picking out the best, most representative Arik Einstein songs. J.J. Goldberg shares some of his favorites.
For my American friends: Its hard to describe what is going on today in Tel Aviv and all over Israel. The entire country is in a state of mourning for a man who was a cultural icon.
The ultimate testament to Arik Einstein is that there won’t be one. J.J. Goldberg writes the singer is too deeply enmeshed in the fabric of Israelis’ lives for any one tribute to sum him up.
Fans around the world paid tribute to Arik Einstein after the iconic Israeli singer’s death November 26. Many said that Einstein’s passing signaled the end of an era.
To borrow a phrase from Don McLean, here in Israel, Tuesday was the day the music died.
For many Israelis, nothing symbolised home more than singer Arik Einstein, and on Wednesday a nation mourned the death of its king of cool.
Amid the grief over the passing of iconic Israeli singer Arik Einstein, the internet has given us a gem: Bibi Netanyahu and Shimon Peres — together, in the nineties — singing one of Einstein’s best-known songs.
With the death of Arik Einstein, a part of Israel has passed away. A voice of Israel — the voice, for many — will sing no more, Chemi Shalev writes.
Legendary Israeli singer Arik Einstein died at age 74 after being admitted to Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv Tuesday evening. He was reported to have suffered an aortic aneurism.