Disturbed To Play Israel, Frontman Makes Announcement In Hebrew
April 3, 2019 10:01AM EDT
Disturbed is coming to Israel this summer and to celebrate, frontman David Draiman showed off his Jewish heritage in a new video posting. Taking to Facebook and speaking in Hebrew, the singer announced, “Shalom, we are Disturbed and we will be at Rishon Lezion’s Live Park on July 2nd.” While Draiman has visited the country before, the concert marks the first time the Chicago rockers have played there, according to The Jerusalem Post. In a 2011 interview with the paper, Draiman revealed that he has nearly 200 family members living in the country, including his brother Ben who calls Jerusalem his home.
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