Archive for Category: "Music"

Mitzvah Boulevard to Release Volume 3: Shabbos

Mitzvah Boulevard to Release Volume 3: Shabbos

It’s Friday afternoon, Shabbos is coming soon and Bubby is off to a late start. It’s a race against time with so much to do to get ready for Shabbos. Will they make it in time? Join the cast of Mitzvah Boulevard as they learn all about Shabbos and the things we do for the [&hellip

Avrumy Kalisch & Tuli Brull Release Single + Music Video for “Bashefer I’m Yours”

Avrumy Kalisch & Tuli Brull Release Single + Music Video for “Bashefer I’m Yours”

Unless you have been living under a rock, most of you are sure to have heard of the mega talented duo Avrumy Kalisch & Tuli Brull. In the last few years they have done everything from releasing wedding singles (both original and covers) to popular parody’s like their most recent song A Kois A Jombo [&hellip

Nachas Releases Video Along with Oh My Gosh New Single!

Nachas Releases Video Along with Oh My Gosh New Single!

Oh My Gosh! Every time a bomb goes off, these words resonate in our very minds and souls. Hashem will only end this golus when we feel it and pray for it from the deepest part of our hearts. In his own unique way, Jewish Music Star NACHAS tackles this topic in his signature upbeat style, [&hellip

OutOfTowner Reviews Kolot by Yaakov Shwekey

OutOfTowner Reviews Kolot by Yaakov Shwekey

A note to my adoring fans: I apologize for not being able to write any reviews of many of the recent amazing releases in Jewish Music. I am hoping to be able to “catch up” and write about all of my favorites in the next month or so. The review below I began pretty soon [&hellip

Shimon’s Review of “Pruz Control” by Michoel Pruzansky

Shimon’s Review of “Pruz Control” by Michoel Pruzansky

2003 was a pretty good year for Jewish Music.  That year saw the release of Abie Rotenberg’s Aish 2, the first Yeshiva Boys Choir album, Ohad’s first solo album, the satire/parody album I’m So Sick of Racheim, and, of course, Journeys 4.  Therefore, it was definitely understandable if a certain Yochi Briskman production starring a [&hellip

Inspiring Voice Reviews Yaakov Shwekey – Kolot

Inspiring Voice Reviews Yaakov Shwekey – Kolot

Yaakov Shwekey, Yaakov Shwekey, hmm, a new album. Should I get it? Hmm, I don’t know. He’s a shpitz singer, but  I heard it’s Sefardi. I know he’s a Sefardi, but always sings Yeshivish… Got similar questions and sfeikos? Let me tell you. If you love Shwekey – you will love Kolot even if you’re [&hellip

Benny Sings at Unity Concert for CGI Beachwood, OH

Benny Sings at Unity Concert for CGI Beachwood, OH

On Thursday, August 7 the Jewish citizens of Cleveland, OH were treated to a world class performance by the chassidic recording star Benny Friedman. The event was hosted by Camp Gan Israel of Beachwood, a fundraising event that benefited both Camp Gan Israel of Beachwood and Camp Gan Israel of Ashdod.   Benny performed his [&hellip

Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz Releases “SHIR” Featuring All Star Jewish Music Cast

Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz Releases “SHIR” Featuring All Star Jewish Music Cast

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Download audio preview here. R’ Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz a long time philanthropist, has always had a love for music. Over the years he has formed a tight bond with many of Jewish music’s biggest stars, and as a result a few of his compositions have been featured on [&hellip

Eytan Sings New Sarah Dukes Composition for Slain Teenagers

Eytan Sings New Sarah Dukes Composition for Slain Teenagers

A soulful tribute for Naftali, Eyal and Gilad, the three kidnapped and killed Israeli teenagers and for all the fallen soldiers who risked their lives protecting others. Composed by: Sarah Dukes Vocals by: Eytan Mixed & Mastered by: Trystan Matthews For more about Sarah Dukes compositions go to www.sarahdukesmusic.com/ www.eytan-music.com

Yisroel Juskowitz Releases – Nachamu Ami – Debut Single from Upcoming Album

Yisroel Juskowitz Releases – Nachamu Ami – Debut Single from Upcoming Album

Yisroel Juskowitz just released his debut single from his 2nd all new album. The song, Nachamu Ami composed on Shabbos Nachamu of 2005, right after the disengagement. Yisroel says “It was really sad seeing Jews ripped from their home, so I felt we all needed some sort of Nechama.” The song is featured on the new upcoming [&hellip

Itzik Orlev – A Song of Hope and Unity!

Itzik Orlev – A Song of Hope and Unity!

Itzik Orlev proclaims, NO MORE WAR! In this brand new single Itzik, “Am Yisroel Chai”, he offers a song of hope and unity. [Audio clip: view full post to listen

Yitzchok Fuchs Releases Free Single – בא ל׳בארא פארק “Come to Boro Park“

Yitzchok Fuchs Releases Free Single – בא ל׳בארא פארק “Come to Boro Park“

Yitzchak Fuchs has traveled to the far corners of the world to spread his soul warming music. A few years ago Yitzchak visited New York and made it a second home. Each year he travels back and forth from Jerusalem to New work. While living in New York can hardly be compared to living in [&hellip

Shimon’s Review of “My Father’s Zemiros” by Avraham Fried

Shimon’s Review of “My Father’s Zemiros” by Avraham Fried

It’s the Three Weeks again, which means it’s time for more a cappella music! I have found that there are three main varieties of Jewish a cappella: 1) “Mainstream” or “pop” a cappella, which can range from barbershop-quartet-style groups (Beatachon), to modern groups who could star on NBC’s The Voice (The Maccabeats, Lev Tahor), to [&hellip