The American rock band Counting Crows are set to perform in Israel next year as part of their Butter Miracle world tour, organizers said Monday.
It would be the band's first ever concert in the Jewish state.
The show is set to take place on April 20, 2022 at Ra'anana Park Amphitheater, with tickets set to be priced between NIS 295 in the back and NIS 375-459 in the front row.
Counting Crows were formed in California in 1991, bursting onto the scene in 1993 with their successful debut album "August and Everything After", released at the height of the Grunge era.
The album, which included their hit song "Mr. Jones", sold millions of copies and became one of the staples of the era, with vocalist Adam Duritz and his famous mane of dreadlocks frequently appearing on MTV.
The band was also very popular in Israel, reaching Gold on the local charts with 20,000 copies sold.
The group has continued to work over the years, releasing eight albums to date - the last of which is an EP that came out this year and gave its name to the Butter Miracle tour.
Among their biggest hits are also "A Long December", "Accidently In Love" - which was on the soundtrack of the film Shrek 2 and won the band an Oscar, Emmy and Grammy nominations; and their successful cover version of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi".