I wrote my first "Jewish" song in 2009. After that the floodgates opened.
I've been blessed to have opportunities to share my music in a variety of contexts-- schools, camps, synagogues, churches, and beyond. I've also had the even stranger and more awesome experience of listening to my music being lovingly and vibrantly performed by others across Atlanta. Recently The Temple Singers joined with the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church choir to perform two of my songs annually at a special interfaith prayer service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Two of my albums, Be a Blessing (2013) and A Palace in Time (2015) are available for free download. I'm also proud that the song Zachar Chasdo has been published by URJ Books and Music in Shabbat Anthology Volume VII. My 3rd album, Eit HaZamir (2016), lives here.
Jewish music thrives when boundaries are porous.
When ancient texts meet southern rock.
When new voices sing ancient words.
Jewish music is about connection.
Chord to chord, note to note, phrase to phrase, feeling to feeling, voice to voice, musician to musician, soul to soul.