Baryo’s Subway Song Inspired By Bochurim



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    Baryo’s Subway Song Inspired By Bochurim

    After working tirelessly to refine and enhance it, singer and composer Baryo Chakshur is releasing soon his new album “Baryo 2“ ● Just like in his first album, in this new album most of the songs were composed by Baryo himself, such as “B’Chol Yom She’Yavoh“, which was composed by Baryo on the train to a concert in Manhattan, inspired by the Chabad Bochurim he met on that train ride ● Full Story, Audio

    By Yossi / The Jewish Insights

    After working tirelessly to refine and enhance it, singer and composer Baryo Chakshur is releasing soon his new album “Baryo 2“. In the album are songs from some of the best of Baryo’s special styles, wedding dance songs. As a bonus, Baryo has included in the album his hit song “Nafla Ateret Rosheinu“, in a special piano arrangement version.

    Just like in his first album, in this new album most of the songs were composed by Baryo himself, such as “B’Chol Yom She’Yavoh“, which was composed by Baryo on the train to a concert in Manhattan, inspired by the Chabad Bochurim he met on that train ride.

    For the album many talented musicians joined the project from both Israel and America (Eli Laufer, Shimi Skaler, Avi Singolda, Barak Ben Tzur, Aryeh Berkovitz, Beni Laufer, Liran Alkobi, Sruli Weinberger, Motti Sharoni, Rami Rabbah, Itti Nagar, musicians from the IDF rabbinical orchestra, the Yedidim Choir, and others), but the majority of the album was arranged by Baryo himself.

    The distribution of the album in Israel will be taken care of by the American Judaica company “Shenkis”, and all over the rest of the Jewish world by the group “Marom” from New York.
    After 3 successful albums with big hits, Baryo plans to hold a special concert that will conclude 5 years of a successful career. Details forthcoming.
    IY”H, Baryo will have his first interview for the album on the program “Motzash Chai” with Menachem Toker on Radio Kol Chai, as well as an interview with Nachum Segal on the Nachum Segal Network.

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