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SHALOM ALEICHEM (the PORTNOY Brothers) feat. Shlomo Katz

SHALOM ALEICHEM (the PORTNOY Brothers) feat. Shlomo Katz

This project, “The Shabbat Album” has been in the works conceptually/physically for a long time and it feels special to release this first song.

Our goal is to take a combination of the songs we grew up with at home, as well as those we’ve met along the journey of life and combine them into one body of work that reflects the variety of colours within Judaism and music.

Its especially exciting for us to have our dear friend Shlomo Katz feature on this song with us.

This entire year, we’re going to be releasing one song on the first Thursday of every month. It feels most appropriate that the first month is Shevat which symbolizes blossoming and growth. It’s taken a long road to get here but we really feel that this album came from us a place of deep growth and we believe this will be totally career-changing for us. We will feature whole host of special guests from across the musical/religious rainbow.

This project is dedicated in loving Memory of Pearl and Maurice Esterkin

** Make sure you follow ‘The Portnoy Brothers’ on spotify and all your other favourite streaming platforms as you’ll be able to stream the track too within the next 48 hours **

If anyone would like to get involved in supporting the project please reach out to [email protected]

Credits:

Original tune by Rav Matityahu Glazerson
Produced & Arranged: the PORTNOY Brothers
Mixed & Mastered: Ben Wallick
Additional Recording : Ohad Darshan
Strings: אורן צור
Percussion: Larry Salzman

Lyric Video: Sulam Yaakov Studio



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