Lior Suchard & Friends
Decca Gold Artist
LIOR SUCHARD & FRIENDS
Do you believe someone can read your mind? Lior Suchard can. He can delve into your innermost thoughts, and know what you are going to say even before you do. His outstanding performances of mind reading, Lior Suchard mind-blowing performances of miraculous predictions, influencing thoughts and startling mind readings have made him the most sought-after mentalist in the world. Performing these amazing mental feats, Suchard takes live audiences on an incredible journey through the wonders of the human brain. Suchard’s act is build on drama and astonishment, and integrates lots of humor and full audience participation, to create the ultimate combination of wonder, laughter and fun.
Elon is a comedian and actor who has starred in FOX’s Stacked and NBC’s In-Laws. He has made ten appearances on The Tonight Show and had a recurring role on the hit show, Bones. He was a writer/performer on ABC’s The Dana Carvey Show and has guest starred on Frasier, The Mentalist, Chappelle’s Show among others. His special on Netflix, Elon Gold: Chosen & Taken received wide acclaim from audiences and fellow comedians; and is currently streaming on Amazing Prime. Elon’s routines have gone viral and are shared by millions around the globe. He recently made a stellar appearance on The Late Late Show With James Corden and was featured in season three of Crashing on HBO, where he played his most challenging role …himself. Elon can next be seen alongside Larry David in the upcoming season of Curb Your Enthusiasm
Itzik Dadya grew up in the Israeli town of Netivot . Already at the young age of 6, Itzik had a rare Musical talent and was considered a child prodigy. At that young age he was already invited to perform alongside with great Israeli singers of that time as well as in in the synagogues of Netivot, Later, he would become part of the school choir, and would participate in various singing competitions. Shortly after his Bar-Mitzva, He performed as part of the popular Children's group "Kinderlach" and recorded several songs as well as a child he recorded his first album "Am Israel Chai" with the best Israeli writers and musicians, the likes of; Yossi Gispan, Adi Leon, Dudan Koma ,Tamir Tzur, Giuli Zakai, Eli Keshet, Doron Elimelech, Sharon Avilhak, and others.
currently he has three albums (Am Yisrael Chai, Lashir Mehanshama, Mechaven El Haor) and two live concert DVD'S . He has also been featured on shlomo yehuda Rechnitz's album; shir.
Shulem is the most recent rising star of the Jewish musical tradition that has been intertwined in the life, faith, and culture of the Jewish people throughout their history. Whether it's prayers, psalms, or contemporary classics, this youthful Brooklyn tenor finds in music something rich and affirming, an endeavor that makes the soul soar and the spirit rise and speaks to the human condition. In fact, Shulem feels music aspires to go beyond current historical context to illuminate what he sees as the perfect dream: when the world is at peace. There are some voices that have to be heard – and Shulem’s is one of them.
Marking the first time that a singer from the orthodox Hasidic community has been signed to major label, Shulem’s debut album, The Perfect Dream, will be released on Decca Gold, an imprint of Universal Music Group’s Verve Label Group. Produced by Jon Cohen, the album is an arresting arrival of a fresh voice -- new to many --and yet already seasoned by years of performing for his congregation and the Hasidic community. The Perfect Dream finds Shulem masterfully embracing a broad range of material reflecting his varied musical tastes. His considerable vocal talents are supremely showcased in the two singles of the album, Les Miserables’ “Bring Him Home” and "Jerusalem Of Gold".
The release of The Perfect Dream extends Shulem’s reach further. A new world awaits and Shulem is ready to meet it and is equally excited about taking his music and message to even greater heights. “This has always been a dream, and I'm really happy," he says. “I look forward on how this will play out. I'm doing what I've done for years, and what's going on now is truly humbling for me. I'm really leaving it up to God's hands, and we'll see how it goes.”
Nissim Black has been a gangsta rapper, a gang member, and a faith seeker. But it is his current incarnation that is here to stay: an African American Hasidic Jew who brings sharp beats and hooked-filled rhymes to the masses.
The first single of 2020, “Mothaland Bounce” is a confluence of everything he’s ever done, and everywhere he’s ever been. The vibe is old school, but the song is thoroughly fresh, pairing big beats with an African hook and a catchy chorus for a video that has already garnered 4.5 million views on YouTube
The new tunes feature Black’s melodic singing mixed with silky smooth beats and his nimble verbal sparring; Black’s music has always leaned heavily on melody, but he had to wait for hip hop to catch up. After a long discovery process, both musically and personally, Black has finally found his true identity. “All of those journeys—being in a gang, being on the football team was a part of me trying to say, ‘I belong to something greater than myself, I know where, but I belong somewhere,'” he says. "It's almost like trying to find that home.
Yoni Z is an American recording artist, songwriter, and entertainer from Brooklyn, New York. He has worked as a musician since the age of 15. Since 2012 Zigelboum has toured worldwide as a musical performer. He has earned the reputation as “the walking jukebox,” and his YouTube channel has over 6.8 million views.
In October 2018, Zigelboum was chosen as Israel's Kikar HaShabbat's Best New Artist of the Year and Music Video of the Year for the Israeli video UP. He has performed at major sporting events, including singing the national anthem at a Miami Heat game in 2014, a Brooklyn Jewish Heritage Night performance hosted by the Brooklyn Nets in December 2015, and a Miami Heat Jewish Heritage Night half-time concert in December 2016. In August 2018, Yoni released the music video “AYO/Kadima,” setting a record for the number of music videos released from one Jewish album.
When Matt Weiss was in his early 20s, he would often sneak out of his Brooklyn yeshiva to perform at various events. As the lead keyboardist for an in-demand cover group called the EvanAl Orchestra, Weiss was playing about four nights a week throughout the tri-state region. In his mid-20s, Weiss discovered electronic dance music and left EvanAl behind to pursue a career as a DJ. Now 30, Weiss — who performs by the stage name Matt Dubb, as in the letter ‘w’ — has built a reputation for himself as an in-demand electronic music artist. Weiss occupies a unique role in the Orthodox music world Weiss’s best-known songs include the old-world “Baruch Hashem,” with Zusha and Pumpidisa; the bright and earnest “Adama V’shamayim,” which came out in 2019; and his most recent release, from late May, “Ana,” featuring the Israeli singer Itzik Dadya.
Yossi Desser is singer, songwriter and composer.
Yossi's talent love and passion for singing started at a young age when he tried to learn different musical instruments, and he connected with the piano but has talent really grew when he started playing guitar. With his guitar in his hands Yossi and his soulful voice is able to connect with his audience, young and old alike, Yossi is known for his passion for old Carlibach music as well as good old classic songs.
His debut album “Chanukah Carlos” was released in November of 2021, Yossi will join us for the entire Chag, and lead the nightly Kumzitz.