Hamon, Beth: City of Love

SKU: 23427594
Beth Hamon: City of Love

Hamon, Beth: City of Love

SKU: 23427594

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Title: City of Love
Artist: Hamon, Beth
Label: CD Baby
UPC: 634479745829
Genre: Folk

Sept 2012 Update! The title song from this album, 'City of Love/Ahavat Olam', has just been selected as a finalist to be performed at the 5th Shalshelet Festival for New Jewish Music, being held in February 2013 in Miami. *************** The daughter of nightclub musicians, Beth Hamon is a bicycle riding, autodidactic singer-songwriter whose original material straddles the fuzzy line between Jewish and secular themes of social justice and peace. She serves as a youth and family songleader and religious school instructor at Congregation Beth Israel in Portland, Oregon and is also a music-leader at Havurah Shalom in Portland. When not teaching, performing or writing songs, Beth can be found plying her other trade as a bicycle mechanic. She is also a visual artist whose folk-art Judaica (made from recycled bicycle components) is in the permanent collection of the Yeshiva University Museum in New York. Beth serves Jewish congregations and camps as an artist-in-residence; is a repeat performer at the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle; and performs regularly in coffeehouses and pubs in the Portland/Vancouver area. Her music enjoys airplay on multiple online and radio sources including Butterflies Radio.com and WISA's Kol Isha program which showcases Jewish music by women artists. Beth holds a B. A. from Portland State University and has over twenty-five years of teaching experience in the fields of high school instrumental music, Judaic Studies and Hebrew. She is a member of the Women Cantors' Network and the Guild of Temple Musicians. Beth has released the self-produced CD, City of Love and is at work on a second CD of original Jewish folk/roots music. 'There's nothing else like it! It's bright acoustic pop and folk, performed with hearty, honest joy.' --Tom Petersen, Victory Review Magazine "Very melodic!  Beth Hamon takes a fresh, hip approach to contemporary Jewish music." --Cantor Wally Schachet-Briskin '...with melodies that make you want to sing.' --Sari Peterson, CD Baby.

1.1 City of Love/Ahavat Olam
1.2 Rom'mu
1.3 Yih'yu L'ratzon
1.4 Mi Chamocha
1.5 Hashkiveynu
1.6 Lamps of Peace
1.7 Maoz Tzur
1.8 Adon Olam
1.9 Hard Times Come Again No More
1.10 May God Bless
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