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

[VIDEO] Shlomo Katz Live in Melbourne Singing Ko Ribon With Harry Angus

by Jewish Music Reporter December 01, 2011

Aderet Music presents this video clip from the Shlomo Katz Double CD now in stores. Here is Shlomo to tell us the story behind this video.

“After a long journey, we finally landed in Melbourne. My wife Bina, ten month old Tiferet and myself. While waiting by the special cargo for my instrument, I met Harry who was waiting for his trumpet. We started talking, and mentioned that I have a show later in the week at the Phoenix Theater. Surprisingly, the guy shows up, armed with his trumpet. A friend tells me to call him up for a song and join us on one of my older niggunim. He joins us on stage and from the first note he creates magic, elevating the entire night to the next level.

After the show I see a line of people waiting for his autograph. Little did I know, this guest artist is part of one of the most popular and dynamic bands in Australia called ‘The Cat Empire’. Thank you Harry Angus.”

You can buy the full Double CD or Download at MostlyMusic.com

Jewish Music Reporter
Jewish Music Reporter


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in News & Updates

New Single by Aaron Razel – Ad Emtzah Makom

by Jewish Music Reporter March 21, 2017

This is another single released from the upcoming album of Aaron Razel
Read More
HASHEM MELECH – Cantor Israel Nachman

by Jewish Music Reporter March 21, 2017

Although only 23, Israel Nachman has already successfully graduated from the Petah Tikva Cantorial Academy, studied under Dr. Mordechai Sobol and at the Israeli Opera Academy. He has performed alongside the world’s greatest cantors and stood under the baton of Maestro Eli Jaffe, Rafi Biton and more. Last week, Israel Nachman celebrated his engagement to [&hellip
Read More
Tico Tico – A Latin Instrumental by Freilach Band

by Jewish Music Reporter March 21, 2017

Francisco Gustavo Sánchez Gómez, also known as Paco de Lucía, was once dubbed “One of history’s greatest guitarists.” One of his favorite songs to perform was “Tico Tico” and it is presented here with the Freilach touch. Rearranged by Avremi G. and the core Freilach members, enjoy this exhilarating song, performed on January 19 at [&hellip
Read More
News & Updates

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