Formed in the late 60's by Vocalist Dave Byron and guitarist Mick Box, Uriah Heep represented a new era of progressive rock, following the steps of Deep Purple and Jethro Tull. The rockers enjoyed their biggest success in 1972 when they released the album "Demons and Wizards" and in the following years they became extremely popular in the United States with their unique fusion of metal and hard rock, they were especially known for elements of fantasy, swirling keyboard and reverent bombast.
The band have sold over 30 million records worldwide and released 12 studio albums in the last four decades, including "...Very 'Eavy ...Very 'Umble" in 1970, "Salisbury" in the following year, "The Magician's Birthday" in 1972, "Return to Fantasy" in 1975, "Raging Silence" in 1989, "Wake the Sleeper" in 2008, "Totally Driven" in 2015 and many more. Most of the original lineup has changed, and in fact only guitarist Mick Box still preforms.
The 70's British hard rockers fell in love with Israel and visited the holy land five times so far, with shows in 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2015. The rockers will perform twice during their visit, once in Haifa and once in Tel Aviv, and will include memorable hits such as "Lady in Black", "Look at Yourself", "Easy Living", "Gypsy", "July Morning" and more. Their concerts in Israel in the past were sold out quickly and the fans kept raving them for years, you have to be there!