Interview: Hassidic Music Singer Mendy Werdyger
Hassidic Music Singer Mendy Werdyger came out with his 5th studio album. The album is entitled "Tomid B'Chol Yom" ("Always, Every Day").
By Yoni Kempinski
First Publish: 11/23/2010, 9:51 AM / Last Update: 11/24/2010, 12:14 AM
Hassidic Music Singer Mendy Werdyger came out with his fifth studio album recently and has come to Israel for a short visit during which he sat down for an interview with Israel National News TV.
Werdygers's new album, entitled "Tomid B'Chol Yom" ("Always, Every Day"), was produced by Teem Production's Gershy Moskowitz. The album includes 12 original songs, three were composed by Werdyger and nine by Rebbe Ben Zion Shenker, Yossi Green, Pinky Weber, Motti Illowitz and Shalom Ezri. Werdyger himself is not only involved in his own music, he runs MostlyMusic.com, a successful online mall for Jewish music.
Werdyger's family is very musical: his father was a pioneer in the field of Jewish music, his brother is renowned singer Mordechai Ben David and his son and nephew, Sruli and Yidel, are successful singers as well.