Thu 25 October 2018 | 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm
xRaanana Amphi Park - Derech Jerusalem 9, Raanana, From 224 NIS

Shuki Weiss is proud to present – a fundraising evening for the children of Krembo Wings!
And His Band
Along with guest guitar heroes:
Yehuda Caesar Liron Amram Ninet
Fortis Shlomi Bracha Tamar Eisenman And more!

Thursday, October 25, 2018
Amphipark Raanana
Buddy Guy, the Chicago Blues legend, returns to Israel for a full performance with his band, with a new album featuring Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jeff Beck. Will be joined by a team of Israeli guitar heroes in an opening show! The proceeds of the show are dedicated to the heroes of Krembo Wings, the youth movement for children with and without special needs – the first and only of its kind in the world.

The magician from Chicago returns to Israel for one furious and insolent performance. Buddy will come to us as part of a tour to his new and intriguing album “The Blues Is Alive and Well”. Just before he goes on the stage, the local guitar heroes will electricize the night with an original and one-time production: Shlomi Bracha with Rami Fortis, Yehuda Caesar with Liron Amram, Tamar Eisenman, Ninet and more!

You could say Buddy Guy is the blues. During his career he has produced 17 solo albums, 10 live concert albums, more than 20 albums and more than 20 albums in which he collaborated with the world’s greatest artists.

Krembo Wings is a youth movement that combines children and youth with complex special needs, with disabilities, with youth from regular education. Its members include some 6,000 activists in 65 branches throughout the country. A youth movement in which children and youth with and without special needs are found equal in the same social framework. To date, the movement is unable to finance more than 3,000 children and youth with disabilities who are on standby lists for all existing branches of the movement, and tens of thousands more waiting to open a Krembo Wings branch in their community.

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