In this weeks episode,
Yosef talks with us about his life, career, and music. In turn, we discuss how he got into music. Where his father bought a guitar and wanted to play but ended up in his hands.
We also discuss his love for writing and how his hidden talent was unlocked.
Yosef discusses with us how his music has been the source for inspiration to many going through hard times.
He talks about the number of calls he gets on a regular basis. Yosef describes his music as a powerful tool in
“When someone told me how they listened to “Its Never Too Late” on Erev Yom Kippur, when he was feeling low and the words It’s Never Too Late gave him the Chizzuk he needed, or when someone told me how he felt such a warm sense of Ahavas Yisroel when listening to Bnei Hamelech, when he realized how no matter what kind of jew, and no matter how different you may look, we are all brothers, and we’re all Bnei Hamelech.”
We also discuss the latest album that just came out “To be a Yid“
You can find it wherever Jewish music is sold.
If you would like to have Yosef Newcomb at your next simcha, call: 718) 570-7706
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