Checkout is disabled during Shabbos and Yom Tov
0
  • Your Cart is Empty

Asher Ben with a new single “Karov Elav”

by yossi June 10, 2011

Asher Ben writes and composes all of his own songs. Not only that, but he also plays the piano, guitar and keyboards. Asher began his musical just five short years ago.

Ben has a unique vocal range in Eastern music. On one hand his voice is soft and velvety, caressing and touching the emotions of his listeners. On the other hand, his strengths and heights beats and leave an impression on listeners.

“Karov Elav”, the first single from his upcoming debut album was just released. At a time when we are reviled under attack all over the world, these lyrics written and composed Sharon Avilhak (Meydad Tasa, Ohad, Kfir Ben-Itzhak, Itzik Dadia and more) express the order of the day for mediation and lowering barriers between the different streams of the people of Israel and unity as widely as possible. The single was produced by the best in the business Doron Elimelech (Meydad Tasa, Kfir Ben-Itzhak Ohad, Itzik Dadia and more).

Click PLAY below to hear the single

yossi
yossi


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Jewish Insights

A Message From Eitan Katz! New Album “Pure Simcha” Coming Soon!

by yossi January 17, 2017

Dear Friends & Family, I am filled with joy as I announce the upcoming release of my new album, Pure Simcha. This album has been years in the making, both
Read More
Presenting “ohr” Side By Side EP

by yossi January 17, 2017

“Side By Side” is the first musical project by Jake Polansky under the name, “ohr“. This is his first musical publication since he was in the famed band “Yaakov Chesed“.
Read More
Yaakov Rotblatt & Yedidim Choir Sing “Chashvah Letova”

by yossi January 16, 2017

This past Shabbos R’ Yisrael Meir Lau Shlita spent Shabbos in the Kinar Hotel together with Yitzchak Meir Helfgott and the Yedidim Choir. In honor of the special Shabbos,this track,
Read More
News & Updates

Sign up to get the latest on sales, new releases and more …