The Australian stars are ignoring boycotts on Israel and will give three concerts across Israel in November, making it their fourth visit to the Jewish State. 

Air Supply, the legendary Australian soft rock duo, are on their way for their fourth visit to Israel, joining a long list of top-tier performers who are coming to perform in the Jewish State this year.

The band announced they will hold three concerts in November – in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Be’er Sheva.

Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, the veteran hit-making duo, are best known for their brand of soft rock love songs such as “I’m All Out of Love” and “Even The Nights Are Better.”

Air Supply, which became famous in the ’80s, has had 11 Top 40 hits in the US, five of which had the word love in the title. They have sold more than 40 million albums.

Air Supply joins a long list of prestigious performers who have announced they will perform in Israel in 2016, including Jennifer LopezElton John, Deep Purple, Sia, the Chemical Brothers Julio Iglesias, Megadeth,  the Scorpions and Queen.

By: Max Gelber, United with Israel