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Shlomo Artzi (Hebrew: שלמה ארצי) is a famous Israeli singer and composer. He was born in moshav Aloney Aba, Israel, on November 26, 1949. He spent his childhood in Ramat Israel and when he was 8 years old, his family moved to northern Tel Aviv.

Artzi's schoolmates thought he would become an actor, not a musician. However, at the age of 12 he started playing the guitar and singing in a boy scouts group.

During his military service, Shlomo Artzi sang for the successful Army Group, to later record a single. Surprisingly, he won the first prize in a song contest with his song Pitom Achshav, Pitom Hayom (Suddenly Now, Suddenly Today), also known as Ahavtiha (I loved her). After the Army, he worked hard to become a well-known musician and sang everywhere he could.

In 1975 he was selected to represent Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest. The selected song was At Ve'Ani (You and Me), composed by the legendary Israeli singer and songwriter Ehud Manor. To catch the moment, Artzi recorded...

 


 

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