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Jerusalem Rocks! With The Black Eyed Peas


07/30/07
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(PR) For the first time in history, an extraordinary lineup of musical artists will unite together on one stage in Jerusalem, Israel. Jerusalem Rocks! is a non-profit International music festival which will be set against the backdrop of the Teddy Kollek Stadium in Jerusalem on September 9, 2007. Much more then a concert, Jerusalem Rocks! is a cultural extravaganza celebrating the freedom of expression inherent in music and is committed to shedding light on Jerusalem as a beacon of peace.

On September 9, 2007, the Black Eyed Peas are set to return to Israel to headline Jerusalem Rocks! The Black Eyed Peas vocalist, Fergie, is scheduled to perform hits off her solo debut album, The Dutchess which boasts 4 consecutive top 5 singles and has sold millions of copies worldwide. Audiences will also be among the first to hear songs off of Black Eyed Peas front-man will.i.am’s upcoming solo album entitled, Songs About Girls, scheduled to hit streets on September 25th, 2007. Will.i.am comments, “I can’t wait to come back to Israel! The 2006 performance we did in Tel Aviv was one of the single best experiences of my life.”

According to Jacob Ner-David, Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Jerusalem Rocks!, “While there have been festivals for peace and unity in the past, there has never been an event like Jerusalem Rocks! that brings this caliber of artists together in the Holy City. Our goal is for Jerusalem Rocks! to draw concertgoers from all parts of Israel, as we plan to demonstrate the city's ability to host major performances annually.”

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