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Rogers Park – Harninu [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Rogers Park – Harninu [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

A Tribute to Chabad “Harninu” is the latest release from Rogers Park’s – “America’s Favorite Hassidic Folk Band.” Yosef Peysin, songwriter and vocalist for Rogers Park, explains why this niggun was chosen as the first Lubavitcher niggun to be released by the duo since their inception in 2013: “We are lucky enough to travel to, [&hellip

Rogers Park – Kingdom Kid [Live at Soul ll Soul 2016] A Song About Dor Hashvi’i

Rogers Park – Kingdom Kid [Live at Soul ll Soul 2016]  A Song About Dor Hashvi’i

Rogers Park Live: A Song About Dor Hashvi’i The King’s son turns to him one day and says: “Father, I’d like to rule more than just your kingdom. I want to rule to the entire world.” “Son, if you want to do this, you will have to do it on your own. I won’t help [&hellip

Just Released!!! Rogers Park – The Maggid [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Just Released!!! Rogers Park – The Maggid [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Watch a classic Chassidic story told with a modern twist In “The Maggid” – the single off of Rogers Park’s debut album with the same title. With a driving backbeat and electrifying vocals, Yosef Peysin and Mordy Kurtz are storming the Jewish music scene with creativity and soul in this hilarious video. Rabbi Hillel of [&hellip

Hislahavus’ Review of Rogers Park

Hislahavus’ Review of Rogers Park

A fresh duo on the scene blends styles with an alluring new album. Rogers Park, made up of two Chicagoans Yosef Peysin and Mordy Kurtz, draws on a folk-rock sound. They keep their harmonies light and easy; their cheery vocals are upbeat and intriguing. Jewish music junkies will find echoes of Megama and Moshe Hecht [&hellip

Soul II Soul will Rock and Roll in 5776

3 rocking Jewish bands will share the stage at this this year’s highly anticipated Soul to Soul Concert. 3 Jewish bands from different genres will share the stage at this year’s Soul to Soul concert, uniting decades of Jewish song. The upcoming Soul to Soul concert will take place on Sunday, March 6 – 26 [&hellip