Yossi Azulay

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Yossi Azulay (* 1977 ) is an Israeli pop singer.

Yossi did his military service in the IDF theater company . Then began his career as an artist. In addition to numerous appearances on Israeli television, he became known for his duet with Schlomi Schabat " Ima ", with which they ranked at the top of the charts. In addition, there were collaborations with Rita Datz and Moshe Datz . In 2005 he reached second place in the Israeli preliminary decision for the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Don't Worry Baby .

He also appeared as a singer at state events such as the President's celebrations, or at Independence Day 2018. His songs are also performed at German commemorations.

Individual evidence

  1. Yossi Azulay - YouTube. Retrieved June 22, 2018 .
  2. ^ Grapevine: A Singapore-Hon Kong alliance . In: The Jerusalem Post | JPost.com . ( jpost.com [accessed June 22, 2018]).
  3. JNi.Media: Comprehensive List: Jerusalem's Independence Day Celebrations April 18-20 . ( jewishpress.com [accessed June 22, 2018]).
  4. Niederorschel commemorates the victims of National Socialism . ( thueringer-allgemeine.de [accessed on June 22, 2018]).