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November 24, 2015 9:09 pm

Israeli Band Forced to Cancel Paris Show Over Security Fears in France (VIDEO)

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Tel Aviv -based indie band Lola Marsh. Photo: YouTube

Tel Aviv -based indie band Lola Marsh. Photo: YouTube

Tel Aviv indie group Lola Marsh was forced to cancel its upcoming Paris show on Tuesday over security concerns in France, Israel’s Walla news reported.

The move follows the November 13th deadly terror attacks on a Paris concert venue and other popular destinations in the city that left 132 dead. Reports indicated that the Bataclan theater may have been targeted due to its past Jewish ownership.

The band posted a message on its Facebook page saying the group would be playing at a local Paris radio station at 10:00 p.m. local time instead.

Below, Yael Shoshana Cohen and Gil Landau play You’re Mine on Israel’s Army Radio.

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  • Jonah

    Correction that would be Revelation 14. I was so excited to see an Israeli indie artist I misquoted the scripture. Oh well I stand corrected.

  • Jonah

    Very cool!! An indie Israeli sister. Want to hear a precursor to revelation 18…..a must listen, “white horses in the sky”…its lighting what’s left to light on fire in America.

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