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8th Day Rocks Sold Out Theater In Detroit, MI

by yossi October 31, 2011

Detroit, MI
By Daniel Craig
Photos by Aaron Pergament

No seat was empty at the Berman Performing Arts Center as 8th Day took the stage this past Sunday in West Bloomfield, MI. The crowd was ready for a great show as the band took the stage and played their opening number, “Tatenyu”. Throughout the show fans were calling out their favorite tunes from the band’s latest album “Chasing Prophecy”, and singing and clapping along the entire show.
The event was sponsored by Aish, as 8th Day continues their incredible world tour with sold audiences at every stop. After the show a large part of the crowd stayed to get their CD or poster signed by the band. Rabbi Simcha Tolwin, the event coordinator, was very excited about the turnout and the crowds exuberance. “We really loved it, you brought so much joy!”, an excited fan told the band after the concert.

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