Gedalya Sloshay releases Free Single off his New Debut Album

The Israeli scene is filled with excellent frum lyricists (Udi Davidi, Noam Michael), but in America there has been a lack of frum English music for the mature ear, at least since the days of Journeys and Destiny. Fortunately, acclaimed Jewish lyricist Gedalya Sloshay just released his debut album "With Help From Heaven" specifically geared to the mature intellectual listener. The laid-back piano-centric arrangements guide the listeners ear to focus on the meaningful lyrics on such songs like "Follow Me To Heaven", which was inspired by the Heaven's Gate cult's mass suicide, and "The Thunder" which focuses on thunder's power to inspire repentance.
With Help from Heaven is available on CD Baby ( and lekavod Pesach, Gedalya is releasing a free download off the album "Make Me A Sage"on Mostly Music (
Watch Knock On The Door, off the album, below:


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Gedalya Sloshay, a rising singer in the industry, just released his second album through MRM Music, called Son Of Israel. The album features 18 tracks, some new and some already released as singles. Below the sampler is a piece he wrote about his personal creative journey.