Etti Ankri (also known as Eti) is regarded as one of Israel's top and most famous female singers and songwriters. She is a former Female Singer of the Year in Israel, and has also performed in the United States and India. Ankri has been called: "rock genius" and the "Poet of Israeli Spirituality." She is of Tunisian Jewish heritage, and was raised in Lod, Israel.
In 1968 he joined the army.
Served in the military band - the Nahal (Lahakat Hanahal).
Played the guitarand sang.
In the band he met Alon Oleartchik, Gidi Gov, Danny Sanderson and Meir (Poogy) Fenigstein.
In 1973 he joined 'Kaveret'.
The band was signed by Aberaham Deshe (Pashanel).
Arkadi Duchin is an Israeli singer-songwriter, known both for his solo work and for his participation in the band HaChaverim Shel Natasha (Natasha's Friends). Born in Belarus, he and his family immigrated to Israel when he was 15. After HaChaverim Shel Natasha's breakup in 1996, he achieved great success with his hit song "Mi Ohev Otach Yoter Mimeni" (Who Loves You More Than I Do?) in 2004.
Amir Fey Guttman (Hebrew: אמיר פיי גוטמן) is an Israeli singer/actor born on the 2nd of April, 1976 in Kiriat Haim. Amir began his career as a young journalist and model. After doing military service he joined an entertainment group in Eilat and explored with "Hi Five" in 1997.
Ronnie Peterson is an Israel-based blues and rock & roll guitarist and performer Peterson moved to Israel from New York City in 1987. Since then he has recorded and performed with most major musicians on the Israeli music scene. Aside from his collaborations, has released five solo albums and performed thousands of shows in Israel and abroad.