Sharona Aron

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Sharona Aron, was one of Israel’s most popular folk singers in the 1940s and '50s, and the first to also play guitar.
She was born in Israel and trace their lineage back through Australia to Odessa, Ukraine. His father was one of the founders of Neve Shalom/Wahat as-Salam (Oasis of Peace), a village in which Israeli Jews, Arabs, and Christians live together.
She hosted American folk legends like Pete Seeger, Odetta, and Harry Belafonte at her home. They also had some influence in her career.
Sharona was the mother of David Broza, one of the most well known Israel singers.
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Albums

ANG 65018 Sharona Aron - Sharona Aron Sings Israeli Songs album art Sharona Aron Sharona Aron Sings Israeli Songs (Album) Columbia ANG 65018 US 1955 Sell This Version
LDC-36530 Sharona Aron - Canciones De Israel album art Sharona Aron Canciones De Israel(LP, Album, Mono, Alt) Odeon LDC-36530 Chile 1965 Sell This Version
33SX1420, 33SX 1420, 33 SX 1420 Sharona Aron - Israeli Songs album art Sharona Aron Israeli Songs(LP, Album, Mono) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia 33SX1420, 33SX 1420, 33 SX 1420 UK Unknown Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

C 2013 Sharona Aron - Hi-Lilo, Hi-Lo / Sous Le Ciel De Paris album art Sharona Aron, Maurice's Quartet Sharona Aron, Maurice's Quartet - Hi-Lilo, Hi-Lo / Sous Le Ciel De Paris(Shellac, 10") Carlophone C 2013 Israel Unknown Sell This Version