Purim Sameach

Purim Sameach from the entire Gosimcha and Zeh Radio team!

This weeks episode kicks off with Sruly Green.  Zeesha sits down with Sruly to learn his interesting story of how he got started singing and how he never stopped!

The Early Days

Sruly tells us how he got started singing in choirs. He is the nephew of Lipa Schmeltzer

who had a big influence on his singing and musical upbringing.

Sruly describes how he was in many choirs, and really didn’t think it was for him.

He describes how he loved to sing! and how he loved to compose music.

His main work was composition, and selling his music.

Sruly then goes into discuss how the one song he wrote turned into his latest single

Which you can listen to below.

The Future

After discussing his music, his love of composition, Sruly talks with us about the future of his music.

“if I could, I would perform for free, I just love to see people happy”

With the release of this single, Sruly told us he plans on slowly releasing more songs, more singles to the public.

You can find Sruly on all major music platforms.

His single is on youtube and all major Jewish music sites.

Meet Our Sponsors

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

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Working with its network of vendors, KSCVK ensures that every wedding is special.

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KSCVK: Making every wedding special

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.

Bringing joy and Simcha to everyone.

Make it a brighter day!