Behind The Scenes With Eli Marcus

Welcome back to Gosimcha: The Podcast, we are up to episode 24 and the second of the new year.

In this weeks episode, Zeesha sits down with the one and only Eli Marcus!

Eli Marcus sits down with us to talk about his families rich musical history.

We speak about the jam sessions that used to take place in the family living room with brothers Bentzy and Shmuel of 8th day!

Eli discusses his music, his love of drums and latest album due out in the coming weeks entitled ‘Yogati’

Tune in to hear the full episode on Zeh RadioItunes and of course

More About Eli

Born and raised in Long Beach, CA, Eli Marcus began singing at 3 years old.Growing up in a musical family, he has become one of the most sought-after Chassidic performers.With music in English, Yiddish, and Hebrew, he has gone on to perform on stages in 5 continents.Eli has released two albums: “Dovid Hamelech,” an original Jewish music album composed by the legendary, Yossi Green.And “Energy,” an Israeli-style album of Chassidic dance music, both of which showcase his soulful, energetic vocals with a timeless, authentic sound.Eli’s new album, “Yogati,” is due to be released in December 2018 and will include some of Eli’s most compelling and emotional compositions.Eli lives in Brooklyn with his wife Zisi and their three children.

If you’d like to book Eli for your next event,  you can contact him here

Or you can call 646-470-0305 or email

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*This weeks episode of Go Simcha The Podcast is proudly sponsored by Gemach Keren Simchas Chossen V’Kallah

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This weeks episode of Go Simcha The Podcast is proudly sponsored by Oorah

Since its humble beginning, Oorah developed into a multifaceted nonprofit organization offering social, educational, and religious services to thousands of families throughout the world.
Oorah’s dozens of programs have broadened Rabbi Chaim Mintz’s impact, continuing each year to carry out his vision with care and dedication.

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