With a concert, only in Plovdiv, on November 24 at SIAA Hall, Israeli singer Eti Zah, known as Ishtar, will celebrate 20 years on stage, the organizer announced.
Plovdiv residents and city guests will have the opportunity to enjoy unique performances with many surprises. For part of the program, Ishtar shared in an interview, distributed to the media, that he had included Bulgarian songs that would sing in duets with famous Bulgarian stars. His repertoire for Plovdiv includes new songs and old albums.
Ishtar was born on November 10, 1968, in Kiriath Ata, Israel, with father-in-law from Egyptian and Moroccan fathers, both Jews. He spoke and sang in Arabic, Hebrew, French, Spanish, Bulgarian, Russian and English and Moroccan. His career as a singer began at the age of 14 and sang even during his ministry in the Israeli Defense Force. He chose the name Ishtar, which means the goddess of love and the war of Mesopotamia. After visiting France, he decided to stay there.
Di Plovdiv Ishtar will come with all his family, including his two children. His daughter plays a drum and the singer hasn't decided whether he will be on the stage with him. Ishtar has said that there will also be an extraordinary pair of Tel Aviv dancers and visual effects experts, there will be an LED screen that will "take" the beautiful memories and songs.
Regarding the toilet, the singer stressed that he would be with the new clothes he designed but added that in his wardrobe there were other designers who combined with something personal.
"I like the combination in principle, and I do it in music by combining modern, sensual and charming," Ishtar added.
Ishtar added that he practiced yoga, and that for energy he received bananas and honey, stressing that he did not eat before the concert, and before speaking on stage he did not say much to keep his voice.