MP3 Bryan Zive & Kol Echad - Follow In My Footsteps
An new album of contemporary Jewish music featuring strong instrumentation, powerful vocals and words that you can connect with!
10 MP3 Songs in this album (36:01) !
Related styles: Spiritual: Jewish Folk, Spiritual: Judaica, Spiritual
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Bryan Zive brings a unique style to the Reform Jewish movement and is one of it''s active composers, educators and entertainers. He has performed in various synagogues, camp institutes, Jewish Community Centers and Hillels around the world.
Bryan''s main goal is to combine people''s love for music and Judaism to form an incredible spiritual and educational foundation. He uses music to set the mood for adults and children alike by merging traditional liturgy, Jewish themes and modern contemporary music to help them become more connected with their Jewish identities. His music has been compared to that of James Taylor, Ben Folds, Guster and The Fray.
Produced by Josh Nelson, Bryan and Kol Echad have released their first full length in-studio album titled "It''s No Dream", which was released in March 2008 to rave reviews by clergy, educators, songleaders and community members. The album features popular tracks such as "Hareiu", "Rock and Redeemer", and "V''al Kulam". It is available for purchase on our website (https://www.tradebit.com), SoundsWrite/URJ Press, CD Baby and iTunes. "Rock and Redeemer" is included on URJ Transcontinental Music''s Ruach 5769 album. Bryan and Kol Echad released their second album, "Follow in My Footsteps", produced by Scott Leader, in October 2010. It features popular and widely used tracks such as "Return", "Answer Me" and "Avodah".
With his love for Judaism and music, and his extreme desire to make contemporary Jewish music mainstream across Jewish communities throughout North America, Bryan and Kol Echad will continue to promote not just their music, but all Jewish music throughout the year in order to truly make a difference!