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“A Sukkeleh” By Simche Friedman & Family

“A Sukkeleh” By Simche Friedman & Family

In honor of Sukkot, singer Simche Friedman presents: “A Sukkeleh” – the debut single from his upcoming family project “Our Shabbos Table“.

“On the occasion of my father’s 60th birthday,” Simche Friedman says, “he is the Rebbe’s Shliach to Tzfas from the year 5766 – Rabbi Alter Eliyahu HaCohen Friedman, we gathered all the family members in the studio, the brothers and nephews, and recorded the songs on which we grew up at home, the same melodies our father taught us at the Shabbos table over the years. It was an extraordinary, musical and exciting experience.

The CD was released only among extended family members, passed around among close friends, and a small portion of the songs ended up online. The warm responses I received about this ‘amateur’ and family project prompted me to release the CD professionally.

As a first step, I chose the nostalgic song “A Sukkeleh“, on the occasion of Sukkot 5780, which is at our door, and soon we will release the others – 12 in total.


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