Let Our People Rock!

Shaaaalom and Chag Sameach!

I am very proud to announce that our iTunes woes seem to be at an end. We found a distributor that was willing to release the album to iTunes despite the transliteration and I’m glad that struggle seems to be at an end. This is not a solution for all Jewish artists and one still needs to be found. We’re working on that right now.

It’s been a wild few weeks of touring and shows! From The Atlanta Jewish Music Festival, SXSW, and house concerts to the beauty of Rome, GA and a weekend with NFTY SAR at URJ Camp Coleman – my spiritual cup is full this Passover. Huge thanks to all the communities, organizers, and leaders that invited me out! I’ll be back on the road shortly and gearing up for some new 2016 and 2017 tour dates, including an official tour for the album. Stay tuned to the site here for that info and don’t forget to like our Facebook page for regular postings and other cool stuff.


Jewish Rock Radio is doing their “Let My People Rock” campaign and you can be part of it! By donating to Jewish Rock Radio, you are helping to bring awesome Jewish music to more folks. JRR has been at the front of some very cool change in the Jewish music world and your donation means more live events, broader reach, and more opportunities for engagement. You can win a Skype concert and other cool stuff! Check out the video below and head over to: www.jewishrockradio.com/let-my-people-rock/


Thank you for all of the incredible support you’ve given to me and this music lately. It has been an absolute honor to have spent time in your communities, pray with you, and share in song. Chag sameach and we’ll see you on the other side of the sea!



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