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Baryo surprises in cooperation with the Military Rabbinate Band for His New Single

Baryo surprises in cooperation with the Military Rabbinate Band for His New Single

The singer Baryo Hakshur – who is currently visiting in the U.S. travelling between New York and Los Angeles for events and closing some interesting musical projects – releases a new “summer” single – “שמח תשמח/Sameach Tisameach” with special electronic arrangement. For the vocal performance of the song Baryo was joined by several players of the Military Rabbinate band who are on their own tour in the U.S.

The single “שמח תשמח” joins two singles that have been recently published by Baryo, “שהחיינו” arranged by Eli Laufer and Israeli song “אתה שומר” arranged by Benny Laufer. Baryo Chakshur soon plans to release the song also as a special clip, with other words in Hebrew.

With his return to Israel in the coming days, Baryo will continue preparing for his first individual show scheduled for this summer in the center of the country, with proceeds from ticket sales going towards the Yeshiva which Baryo is in a special relationship the entire year.

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