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Kinus Hashluchim 5776/2015 Live Dancing – Benny Friedman – Avremi G – A Team

Kinus Hashluchim 5776/2015 Live Dancing – Benny Friedman – Avremi G – A Team

The Chabad Kinus Hashluchim takes place once a year with 5000 Chabad Shluchim and their supporters flying in from all over the world to the Brooklyn navy pier for a night of inspiring speeches, uplifting dancing and chizuk that stays with them a whole year. The amazing energy felt in this room during this event, [&hellip

Yiddish Soul Concert

Yiddish Soul Concert

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and The Museum of Jewish Heritage present Yiddish Soul June 15, 2016 at 7pm | Central Park Summer Stage Central park near E. 72nd St. & 5th Ave. | New York, NY 10021 Starring : Dudu Fisher, The Maccabeats, Netanel Hershtik, Yanky Lemmer, Joseph Malovany, Lipa Shmeltzer, and Zusha Musical [&hellip

Released!!! Eitan Freilich – Am Yisrael Chai – Audio Sampler

Released!!! Eitan Freilich – Am Yisrael Chai – Audio Sampler

Now released and available for purchase! https://mostlymusic.com/collections/frontpage/products/eitan-freilich-am-yisrael-chai-pre-order http://www.nigunmusic.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=432 The last few months have certainly been a whirlwind for the British performer, Eitan Freilich. Between performing and singing at various events in the United Kingdom, Eitan flew back and forth to the States to work on his debut album brought to you by the industry’s finest [&hellip

OutofTowner Reviews Bnei Heichala by Benny Friedman

OutofTowner Reviews Bnei Heichala by Benny Friedman

                      I have a habit of starting reviews and never finishing them, so when I am in the middle of a review I am loathe to stop because I am not sure I’ll ever finish. However, I have to make an exception today (don’t worry; [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of Benny Friedman’s Bnei Heichala

Hislahavus’ Review of Benny Friedman’s Bnei Heichala

                      Fans of nostalgia will enjoy Benny’s new album, Bnei Heichala. In a world of albums that exhibit collections and medleys, this one is unique. It seems to me that the decision to pull particular tunes was made to draw from as wide a swath [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of Yankel Yankel

Hislahavus’ Review of Yankel Yankel

While there are many Chassidic niggunim albums, and a fantastic number of Chabad niggunim albums*, none has made the impact on the general Jewish music world that Avraham Fried’s highly successful series of niggunim albums. So it was with high expectations that I picked up Yankel Yankel. My thoughts? Well, bear with me – as [&hellip