Episode 39 kicks off with Zeesha sitting down with the young singing sensation Dovid Pearlman.
Dovid starts off with talking about how it all began.
How It All Began
Dovid Pearlman’s musical career began at a very young age.
His father, was the founder of one of the original Jewish A Capella groups, The Shabbatons.
He talks about how his father used to bring him to gigs and he would sing and entertain.
From those experiences Dovid tells Zeesha that it sparked his interest to take music to the next level.
Dovid Pearlman talks about balancing his learning with singing.
“I usually don’t have an issue with my schedule” “Most times, weddings are Sunday and we don’t have Yeshiva on Sunday.”
“The send a van to my house to the venue, door to door service”.
Dovid says he will be taking a pause on his career for the coming year.
He discusses how he will be in Israel learning for the year.
Dovid Pearlman has number singles out and currently working on an album.
Along with that he recently released a new music video of his song Modim Featuring Tzvi Silberstein.
Dovid Pearlman talks with Zeesha about what’s next for his career.
He talks about how he will be taking a year off from music to learn in Yeshiva.
Dovid discusses how he is in a very good position in his career being the fact that he is so young.
Stay tuned for more exciting thing from Dovid Pearlman.
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