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Shalsheles: Is The Chain About To Break?

by Kol Isha May 22, 2009

shalshelesThey took the music world by storm with their debut album in 1999 and we’ve been in love with them ever since. Their unique style and trademark harmonies have made them a household name. But with Simcha Sussman’s upcoming move to Eretz Yisroel, is Shalsheles a thing of the past?

And it’s not just the future of Shalsheles that appears to be at risk. While Yitzchok Rosenthal composes the songs, Simcha Sussman is the one who manages the ever popular Shalsheles Jr. While it appears that they have been having difficulty replacing their original four boys, we’ve all been holding out hope that a new crop of boys would have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the original four. Is that crowd pleasing group also finished?

Certainly hope not. Both Shalsheles and Shalsheles Jr. are too enjoyable to be gone forever.

Kol Isha
Kol Isha


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