Monthly Archives: May 2019

Israeli Music Today – Episode #35: Shlomo Artzi, Shalom Hanoch, Matti Caspi, SodaStream “Bubbles of Hope”

Israeli Music Today: Transcript Today in Israeli Music, Shlomo Artzi schedules two giant milestone concerts this summer…Shalom Hanoch and Matti Caspi continue their successful collaboration…and SodaStream sings of Shalom. This is MyIsraeliMusic.com, where we’re building a stronger Israel, one song at a time. I’m Josh Shron, and here’s your Israeli music news for […]

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10 Israeli Songs Every Jew Should Know

NEW: Hear the podcast! Check out the playlist here. In keeping with our mission to build “a stronger Israel, one song at a time”, we at My Israeli Music have developed a secondary mission: To encourage Jews around the world to create a deeper connection with Israel through music and […]

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What’s Happening at WRSU, Our Host Radio Station?

josh Shron at WRSU

If you listen to our weekly podcast, you may have heard me talk about construction taking place at our host radio station, WRSU-FM. Located in the heart of Rutgers University’s College Avenue campus, the radio station is undergoing a major makeover. While some broadcast equipment has come and gone since […]

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THE LIST: This Week’s Israeli Music Charts (5.23.19)

THE LIST: MyIsraeliMusic.com Weekly Israeli Music Charts

Israeli music charts from around the country Every Thursday, MyIsraeliMusic.com brings you the the top 10 songs on the Israeli music charts, as reported by some of Israel’s most respected media outlets. Click on the song links to hear your favorite Israeli songs on Apple Music or Amazon Music. (MyIsraeliMusic.com […]

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Israel Hour Radio – May 19, 2019: Eurovision 2019 Wrap-Up

Israel Hour Radio Podcast - May 19, 2019: Eurovision Wrap Up

Mairov and Josh look back at the best ‘Israeli’ moments of Eurovision 2019, with highlights from the Shalva Band, Idan Raichel, Kobi Marimi, a fantastic medley of Israeli Eurovision entries, and much more! Plus, all-new music from Shiri Maimon, Hatikva 6, Noa Kirel, Moshe Peretz and Lior Narkis, and many […]

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