Yehoram Gaon again: Even at the age of 83, Yoram Gaon does not rest, the giant of the Israeli singer continues to perform, maintains a popular radio program and also releases new songs. In an interview with the Walla website, Gaon referred to the new song, the lack of radio play and also the burning issue of closing the corporation.
In the interview, Gaon refers to the playing of the old artists’ songs on the radio and makes a new proposal for choosing the songs for the playlists on the radio stations: “Since the distance between the people who sit on the various playlist committees and the artists who release songs is growing, I suggest making playlist committees on all the radio stations where people who are not children or young people sit who will know how to appreciate Words like ‘You have planted in me, my mother and my father, forgotten hymns are played’, and they will know how to appreciate this melody,” he says in an interview with Sagi Ben Nun in Vala.
The message sent by the CEO of the corporation to Gaon
Later, Gaon also refers to the storm of closing the corporation and explains why he did not sign the artists’ letter and the other published letters: “I never sign. I don’t want to be part of a crowd. Dean. I don’t want to be part of it. I express my opinion. I’m one person.”
Gaon revealed the message sent to him by the CEO of the corporation after he spoke out against its closure on his radio program: “I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart on behalf of the employees of the Broadcasting Corporation and on my own behalf for the words of support you voiced on the IDF airwaves yesterday, for standing up for the right of public broadcasting. It is important Great for your voice in this context,” Yochpaz wrote to him.
When asked by Ben Nun why he refused the offer to write in the Israel Hayom newspaper, Gaon replied: “I simply said that I have a radio show, where I write nine articles every week, and I can’t spare time to sit down and write another weekly article. It’s just a matter of time. If I were Certainly I would write.”