Ahuva Ozeri was born in 1948, in Yemen and died on December 13, 2016.
She was an Israeli singer, songwriter, and composer.
Ozeri released 20 albums over her four-decade career.
Reported by The Times of Israel, Ahuva was “a pioneer of Israeli music”.
Ozeri grew up in Tel Aviv’s Yemenite Quarter.
She began her career as a singer in Israel in the 1960s.
also to that, Ozeri was a songwriter and composer.
Ozeri played the Bulbul Tarang, an Indian musical instrument she learned from Ravi Shankar
Ozeri’s father died when she was four years old; she had seven siblings.
She was first diagnosed with laryngeal cancer in 2000, when she had surgery.
During 2002,Ozeri underwent another surgery to remove a tumor.
Ozeri died due cancer at the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan, Israel.
Ahuva Ozeri passed away at 68 years old.