The Go Simcha Podcast Powered by ZehRadio

The podcast that takes you on an in depth journey of the Jewish music and entertainment industry.

Hosted by Zeesha Littman, this show goes behind the scenes to learn more about your favorite artists and entertainers, learning their stories and how they have gotten to where they are today!

Episode 40 : Behind The Scenes With SJ The Rapper

SJ, or Shmuel Tannenbaum as he is know is  a Rapper and Freestyler who’s been performing for over 12 years. He can rap about any word or topic on the spot without any preparation beforehand, as long as I have a good beat to rap over (whether acapella or from a device).

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Episode 38 : Behind The Scenes With Doni Gross

After taking a break for Passover, we start back up with episode 38.Episode 38 opens with Zeesha sitting down with Doni Gross.Doni is a well know producer in the Jewish music world. He has produced and composed and contributed to many well known albums.As we enter into Sefira  it becomes the time for A Capella music. Doni Sits down with us to talk music, Torah and the magic of A Capella.

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Episode 35: Behind The Scenes With Michoel Pruzansky

Episode 35 is a very special episode!We finally got Michoel ” Pruz” Pruzansky on the show!For those who don’t know, Michoel Pruzansky’s song Bou Nirkod is our theme song for this show!Since the inception of the show, Zeesha has been trying to get Michoel Pruzansky on with us!

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Episode 34 : Behind The Scenes With Duvie Shapiro

Duvie just released his debut single and music video Lech Al Zeh on March 27th 2019! He discusses with us how it was exactly what the song stands for!”I just had this drive to go in and give it my all, to just do it and not look back”

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Episode 33 : Behind The Scenes With Sruly Green

Sruly tells us how he got started singing in choirs. He is the nephew of Lipa Schmeltzer who had a big influence on his singing and musical upbringing.Sruly describes how he was in many choirs, and really didn’t think it was for him.

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