To complement the ‘Judean Voices’ art exhibition by Moshe Katz, I’ve included songs by each of the musicians he highlighted. In addition is Nicole Raviv, a Canadian Israeli singer. Nicole’s musical influences resemble a traveling journey throughout the Middle East and the world. She has performed with Grammy award winning musicians and producers in the United States, Canada as well as Israel. Nicole’s cover of a song by Idan Raichel, “Mima’amakim” (Out of the Depths), resonated with her because of its powerful message about being saved as well as the biblical imagery and verse depicting a beautiful love story. 

Darren Glick

Nicole Raviv, “Mima’amakim”
Karen Bella, “Jack Honey”
Young Zion (Mikael Rochman), “Truth”
Geddy Lee (Rush), “Tom Sawyer”
Gene Simmons (KISS), “Beth”
Sammy Davis Jr., “The Candy Man”
 Susanna Hoffs, “My Side of the Bed”
Koolulam, “Believer”
David Lee Roth (Van Halen), “Jump”
David Draiman (Disturbed), “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You”
Bob Dylan, “Subterranean Homesick Blues”
Avi Delevanti, (feat. Nissim Black) “Peace in the World”
Adam Yauch, Adam Horovitz, Michael Diamond (Beastie Boys) “Sabatoge”
Yoni Z, “Hallelukah”
Lenny Kravitz, “Johnny Cash”
Nissim Black, “The Hava Song”
Matisyahu, “One Day”
Noah Shufutinsky (Westside Gravy and Michael Gutman) “Retzakh”
Leonard Cohen, “Waiting for the Miracle”
Drake, “God’s Plan”
Amy Winehouse, “Back To Black”
Paula Abdul, “Forever Your Girl”
Barbra Streisand, “Avinu Malkeinu” 
Eden Alene, “Stone Cold”
Adam Levine (Maroon 5), “Lost”