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Mendy Weiss & Shmulik Lotterman Release Exciting New Wedding Hit

Mendy Weiss & Shmulik Lotterman Release Exciting New Wedding Hit

Imagine if you can, a wedding with an energetic singer and a talented keyboardist. Now experience that in a new wedding hit from talented singer Mendy Weiss, arranged by keyboardist Shmulik Lotterman, and composed by Yanky Daskal.

The result is a fantastic wedding hit that is played over and over at Simchos with powerful and special lyrics.
With this fresh composition, the two of them went to the recording studio of Michael Tzei, where they incorporated the awesome arrangement talent of the in-house technician Sruly Brochner, who gave his experienced advice in electronic music. Avi Singolda, the incredible guitarist from Israel, added the finishing touches on this great new hit.

For the vocal arrangements, he reached out to David Toiv, who built a perfect harmony with some of the best choir voices in the Chassidic world including; Sinai Bermatz, Motty Rotler, and Itzik Filmer.

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