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[Audio Preview] Sruly Meyer Presents: Chaim Dovid Berson – Ten Lanu Chaim – Debut Album

[Audio Preview] Sruly Meyer Presents: Chaim Dovid Berson – Ten Lanu Chaim – Debut Album

Chaim Dovid Berson is set to release his debut album! Produced by Sruly Meyer, this album features 11 incredible songs which showcase a wide range of musical styles. It includes upbeat, contemporary songs to slow hartziga ballads. Chaim Dovid‘s powerful and melodious voice brings a special warmth and depth to each different style of song.

Chaim Dovid was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel. After establishing himself as sought-after chazzan and singer, he moved to the US to serve as the Chief Chazzan of the Jewish Center of Manhattan.

Chaim Dovid’s commanding performances continue to inspire audiences at concerts and weddings, where he is joined by many of today’s top artists and bands. This album is worth the wait!

Ten Lanu Chaim, includes Songs composed by Yoeli Dickman, Elimelech Blumstein, Yitzy Waldner, Mordechai Brazel, Pinky Weber, Eli Klein, Chaim Dovid Berson, Udi Damari and Hershey Weinberger.

Songs arranged by Yoeli Dickman, Ian Freitor, Daniel Kaplar, Tzvi Blumenfeld, Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry, Naftali Schnitzler and Udi Damari.

The CD is available for pre-order, and in stores worldwide, 12-28-17, online through itunes and in stores distributed by Nigun Music.
https://www.nigunmusic.com/ten-lanu-chaim.html

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