From the frigid winter of Montreal Canada comes a song of hope to warm our souls. Morty Silber sings with heartfelt emotion that will leave you inspired.
This Song (Amos 8:11) tells us “Hashem will bring a hunger, not a hunger for food or a thirst for water, but rather a hunger to hear the words of Hashem.” Many of us today are going through hardships, but these hardships will soon disappear and the bad will turn to good. This song comes at an appropriate time when, unfortunately, so many terrible things are happening around us. It comes at a time when we need hope to help us through.
May we merit the coming of Moshiach in our days.
Morty Silber is no stranger to the singing community. Trained by the famed Cantor Hersh Einhorn and a highlight of the Yaldei dinner each year. A dinner that brings in more than 1500 people for the night.
Composed by Yo Aisenstark of Tov L’hodos fame (Avromi Flam, Shalheves boys choir and Sheorim)
The video below is shot in full HD. Song fully produced arranged and mixed by the extremely talented producer Eric Dick and artistically filmed and edited by Celleste. Mastered by one of the world’s greatest, Bernie Grundman in Hollywood California.
Creatively this is one of the most imaginative videos in the Jewish music industry.
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