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How far is too far when you wanna be a rock-star?

an article by Mendel “the Sheichet” As Jewish music has progressed, more and more artists have drawn influence from secular sounds. From the day Reb Shlomo picked up a guitar for a novel approach in singing nigunim, the fates of Hassidic and secular music have been tightly intertwined. Not that drawing secular influence into Jewish [&hellip

Over and Over Again

Seems to me baseball has it right. When a really outstanding player ends his career, his number is retired along with him, never to be used again. Babe Ruth’s number three will never again be work by a member of the New York Yankees. Number forty two on the New York Mets will forever belong [&hellip

Our Lips Are Sealed

Let me say this up front. I am not whining. The purpose of this post is not to complain about something that exists for a very good reason. It’s just to give all you guys out there an understanding of what we girls deal with on an everyday basis. I’m talking about Kol Isha. Right [&hellip

Shea Rubenstein: Ohavti

Shea Rubenstein:  Ohavti

While Shea Rubenstein has been singing for more than twenty years, he is a relative newcomer to the Jewish music scene. A trained chazzan, he is slowly but surely but making his mark as a singer as well. His voice is pleasant and easy to listen to, especially on the slower songs. All in all, [&hellip

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