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Six13 – G-d Split The Ocean (2016 Passover Jam)

Six13 – G-d Split The Ocean (2016 Passover Jam)

We might not be having any cake, but really, it’s all about the ocean.

Passover is a time to celebrate the many miracles performed for us when we were led out of Egypt. We’re especially psyched about one in particular: how we crossed the Sea of Reeds when G-D SPLIT THE OCEAN!

Check out this and other Six13 songs on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/six13/id201843724

This song and all Six13 songs are completely a cappella — created with nothing but the human voice.

Speaking of which, check out our brand new album! It’s called Six13, Vol. 6: Thirteen. We’re extremely proud of it and hope you’ll buy one at Aderet Music or download it on iTunes!
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Anchored by a strong Jewish identity and driven by a mission to connect Jews around the globe with their heritage through music, professional Jewish a cappella group Six13 are the originators of today’s Jewish a cappella sound. They’ve performed to rave reviews for millions of people — at synagogues, religious schools, major sports events, JCCs, fundraising events, B’nai Mitzvah and private affairs alike, received numerous awards for their five best-selling CDs, and been selected as finalists for casting in NBC’s “The Sing-Off”. To find out more about how to bring Six13 to your community for an event that’s truly unforgettable, visit http://www.six13.com.


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