Alanis Morissette wows crowd in Tel Aviv concert

Published on Tuesday, 04 December 2012 by Webmaster

Alanis Morissette wows crowd in Tel Aviv concert
A varied crowd lined up outside the Nokia Arena on Monday night to see Alanis Morissette’s first concert in Israel since 2000. Despite social media threats demanding that she boycott Israel, the 38-year-old Canadian-American singer-songwriter performed to a sold-out crowd on Monday night in Tel Aviv.

Throughout her performance, Morissette expressed support to the Israeli people, and at some point in the concert the band organ played the traditional Hebrew song, "Hine Ma Tov" (Here Is What's Good) which the audience immediately recognized and sang along to.

Still sporting her signature long hair, she energetically swung it around while rocking out to the end guitar solo of her late-90’s track, "Uninvited."

Not a moment in her concert conveyed the passage of time, as the married mother of one performed her greatest hits, taking the audience back the the 90’s with her familiar slightly-trembling, rolling voice.

Morissette made sure to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem a day before her Tel Aviv performance, while touring the Holy Land with her husband, rapper Mario 'MC Souleye' Treadway, who was also her supporting act throughout her tour.

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