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The Pretenders


September 23, 2017

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The legendary rock band and Chrissie Hynde are coming to rock out Tel Aviv

For the past three decades Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders stayed at the top of the British rock and won the hearts of millions of fans. Hynde took a long break from writing and recording new materials but after the raving reviews the band’s most recent album, “Alone” got, she and The Pretenders are back on a world tour and are now coming for one unforgettable show in Tel Aviv!

The band started its way in the music world in England in 1978 and experienced numerous subsequent personnel changes, with Chrissie Hynde being the only consistent member. The original band was active until 1982 and released its first album (Pretenders) that was a success in the United Kingdom and the United States both critically and commercially. The band got to No. 1 in the UK with its single "Brass in Pocket", which was also successful in the US, reaching No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Later on the band released nine more albums - Pretenders II (1981), Learning to Crawl (1984), Get Close (1986), Packed! (1990), Last of the Independents (1994) which was rated gold in the US, Viva el Amor (1999), Loose Screw (2002), Break Up the Concrete (2008) which was among the Top 40 album in the US, and The Pretenders’ most recent album - Alone (2016). During March 2005, the Pretenders were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Among their most famous song one can remember “Brass in pocket”, “Hymn to her”, “Don’t get me wrong”, “I’ll stand by you”, and many others.

The Pretenders worked carefully on their new show and started their new tour at the Royal Albert Hall in London, which was full with fans that showed how much they missed the incredible band. Hynde and The Pretenders performed in music festivals all over the world, and they’ll start the second part of their tour right here in the rocking city of Tel Aviv, make sure not to miss it!

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