Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast
The Israel Beat blog is a place for poetry submission, concert announcemnets, upcoming shows and musings on Jewish music. The Israel Beat Jewish Music Podcast brings you live in-studio performances with up and coming Israeli musicians as well as interviews with the stars of the Jewish music world. Plus your music requests and the free CD give-away air live on the show. Past interviews have included Matisyahu, Avraham Fried, and Miri Ben-Ari. The Beat with Ben Bresky broadcasts live every Sunday from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Israel time on Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio. For more info email email@example.com.
Tishrei 28, 5770, 10/16/2009
Praying for the Peace of Jerusalem
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem!
"When they shall say peace, suddenly..."
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Tags: Inside Israel
Tishrei 24, 5770, 10/12/2009
But I can taste it, soft and chewy,
No one knows what's under the table,
But nothing compares to the cookies I crave,
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Tishrei 16, 5770, 10/4/2009
"Do yourselves a favor and listen... In her music there is delicacy, tenderness, and attention to the inner voice, the one that always knows before we do." - Maariv NRG
Nomi is very polished…The energy on stage at the Duhal Amphitheatre…[southern Tel Aviv] can light up the entire Ramat Gan [city north of Tel Aviv]."- Shai Lahav, Maariv, Weekend Magazine
"...the audience is riveted with wonder for she sets a different standard, higher than anything else known to date."
Sunday Night, October 4th, 2009
The show will feature songs from Nomi's new CD "Like A Rushing Spring", some of her popular hits and some songs we all know.
Special Guests – Two Rising Stars:
Nomi's daughters, Ilana and Hadas Teplow will join her in a moving 3-part rendition of Steve Dropkin's "Oseh Shalom".
Tickets: 50 NIS Pre-Sale, 55/65 NIS students at the door.
Tishrei 11, 5770, 9/29/2009
HaKotel Sheli (My Wall)
At this special time of the High Holidays, when multitudes of people come to the Kotel Ma'aravi, I thought it would be propitious to send this poem. Although it was written more than two decades ago, I believe it is eternally timely and relevant.
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Tishrei 9, 5770, 9/27/2009
a look within
lacking lucid perspective