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United: Exciting New Song Released in Honor of Upcoming Parnassah Expo”

United: Exciting New Song Released in Honor of Upcoming Parnassah Expo”

A group of highly talented Jewish singers jointly released a new “United” song, which was composed and released exclusively in honor of the upcoming 2014 Parnassah Expo, to be held on March 25th and 26th.

United‘s distinctly upbeat tune and lyrics were composed by the Zvika Bornstein, and Nochi Krohn did the musical arrangements. United speaks about the real economic benefits that can be realized when a cross section of individuals and entities in the business and communal worlds get together under one roof and network. “United, connected, undivided, mi k’amcha Yisroel…”

The song can be played by clicking at this link , or downloaded at www.mostlymusic.com. “More than anything, the expo and the public’s united response make me proud to be a yid,” says Parnassah Network founder and director Reb Duvi Honig, “and there’s no better way to express this feeling than through this beautiful song.”

United is sung by: Gershon Varoba, Michael Elias, Nochi Krohn, Shlomo Schwad, Zvi Lampert, Shea Rubenstein, Zvika Bornstein, Ohad Bornstein, Mordechai Levovitz, Shalom Jacobs, Shmuel Jacob, Aryeh Kunstler, Zmiros Choir, Yoel Polatseck, Yoel Friedrich, Avrumy Holczler, Dovid Moskovitz and Daniel Silverberg.

Registration for the expo is in full swing and the numbers of attendees and exhibitors, hailing from across the country and the world, is growing by the day. For more information about Parnassah Expo, or to reserve the limited remaining floor space, please visit www.parnassahexpo.com, email [email protected] or call 855-PAR-EXPO.

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  1. yaakov
    yaakov 6 March, 2014, 20:41

    shlomo schwed hits some sick notes! wow great song

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