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YAAKOV PETRO – Live at a Wedding

by yossi January 24, 2012

Newcomer YAAKOV PETRO lives in Monsey and just released his first album, “YAAKOV PETRO – Live at a Wedding”. Petro, who owns big book binding company in the tri state area has been singing since a young boy. “I sang as a star soloist in the Bais Dovid Choir for 2 years” Yaakov tells us. “I also sang with MBD at a concert in Greece this Pesach, you can see it on below”. Petro has been singing at weddings just for the reason that he loves music and being mesameach people. Petro is also part of a huge chessed organization called Misameach based out of Lakewood, where performers cheer up the sick. “I thank Hashem everyday that he gave me the talent, an ability to make people happy, in a way that I enjoy,” says Yaakov. This album is a live recording of a wedding Yaakov sang by, which means No studio work at all. This is one of the reasons we are able to make it available to the public for the reasonable price of 7.99 (download for just 6.99).

The album is available for purchase and download on MostlyMusic.com and in stores.

MBD & Yaakov Petro sing Lulei Soiruschu & Kol Dodi @ the 2011 Pesach Concert in Crete

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