The long-awaited debut recording from The Josh Nelson Project is finally here! A multi-talented singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Josh Nelson first gained notoriety as part of Yom Hadash, the rockin' Boston band he founded with his brother Jon in 1995. Since then he has become a highly respected and sought-after performer, teacher, bandleader, and producer, and his music has been celebrated and integrated into the musical consciousness of congregations, camps, and communities across North America. The Josh Nelson Project is an incredible five-piece band with an intense and powerful performance style, on the cutting edge of contemporary Jewish music. With sensitive lyrics drawn from or inspired by Jewish textual sources and the contemporary Jewish experience, Lift is filled with music that will surely lift you up and inspire you!
1. Yih'yu L'ratzon
2. Ayzehu Chacham
5. Positive Change
7. L'dor Vador
8. Hava Nashira
||Josh Nelson Songbook, The
Transcontinental Music brings you the first collection of unforgettable songs from one of the hottest names in contemporary Jewish Music.
Josh Nelson is one of the most popular performers and producers in modern Jewish music. A multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Josh's music is celebrated and integrated into the repertoire of congregations, camps, and communities around the world.
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