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Progressive is back: the giant band Kamel will return to perform in Israel Israel today


The veteran progressive-rock band from the 70s, which already arrived in Israel in 2018, returned to its local fans for a performance that will be held at the Caesarea Theater Amphitheater • All details

The Kamel band, the pioneer of progressive rock from the 70s, returns to Israel for one show.

The show will take place on May 22 at the Caesarea Theater Amphitheatre, with ticket prices starting at NIS 254.

Ticket sales opened today (Monday).

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Camel band, photo: Stuart Wood

As part of a world tour celebrating 50 years of activity for the British band, they will give the Israeli audience another taste of their music.

The band, led by Andrew Latimer, bassist Colin Bass, drummer Dennis Clement, and keyboardist Peter Jones, is considered one of the pioneers of the progressive-rock genre.

The band, which already appeared in Israel in 2018, released over the years cohesive and original concept albums that drew inspiration from fantasy books, fairy tales and lyrics, and were based on long instrumental sections.

The members of the Camel band began to act, as mentioned, in the 70s with a sound that characterized the British progressive rock scene, gradually faded in the following decade, and returned to the music scene a few years later.

Kamel, photo: Caron Malcolm

Kamel overcame professional challenges, including a turnover of musicians, legal matters with their managers and the record company, and personal crises - but managed to find their way back to the stage and to the music.

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Source: israelhayom

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