Posts Tagged: new music

New music: Kol Simcha – Live with Bruce Cohen on Piano

Check it out! We’ve added new (old!) Messianic music to the station:

Kol Simcha – Live with Bruce Cohen on Piano

This is a rare, hard to find, vintage album from Messianic pioneers Kol Simcha and Rabbi Bruce Cohen. Some of the tracks on this album date way back to 1981! (That’s before I was born! 😄)

Bruce generously sent us this album recently for play on Chavah – thank you, Rabbi Cohen!

Please support Messiah’s musicians! You can purchase Bruce Cohen music over at . You can also donate to Messiah’s Music Fund , which distributes funds to all of Messiah’s musicians on Chavah.

I think you fine Chavah fans will enjoy this golden oldie! Give a listen! And a wonderful and peaceful shabbat to all of you in Yeshua’s good grace.

New music: Paul Wilbur – Selah סלה

Oh yes! New Messianic music to increase your joy during these High Holy Days: 

Paul Wilbur – Selah

This is a beautiful instrumental album from perhaps the most well-known Messianic musician. I’m certain you all will enjoy this peaceful, soothing melodic take on the psalms and Scripture. ♥

If you enjoy this holy music, I encourage you in the Lord to support Messiah’s musicians: you can purchase this album here  or donate to Messiah’s Music Fund . Thanks, friends.

Enjoy this holy new music for King Messiah as you celebrate the King’s Feasts! Happy Rosh Hashana/Yom Teruah, dear friends! L’shana tova to you all in Yeshua the Lord!

New music: Judah & Jennifer Morrison – Pitchu She’arim (Open the Gates) פיתחו שערים

An early shabbat shalom, fine Chavah fans. I’m pleased to bring you some fresh new Israeli music for Messiah, now playing on Chavah Messianic Radio:

Judah & Jennifer Morrison – Pitchu She’arim (Open the Gates) פיתחו שערים

Produced as part of the Israeli Worship Initiative, this album features beautiful vocals Judah & Jennifer Morrison accompanied by resounding praises of Messianic musicians Eli Ben Moshe, Eli Haitov, Eitan Shishkoff, and Kobi & Shani Ferguson. I think you fine listeners will enjoy these new Hebrew praises for the Lord.

Support Messiah’s musicians by purchasing the album here , or donating to Messiah’s Music Fund . Thanks, friends!

New Israeli Messianic music video: Shilo Ben Hod – Dai Li (Enough for Me)

Friend of the station and Israeli Messianic artist Shilo Ben Hod has released a new music video, Dai Li (Enough for Me) די לי

Lyrics in Hebrew and English:

מילים: בית א: אֵין לְעוֹלָם הַזֶּה דָּבָר אֶחָד לְהַצִּיעַ⁠ שֶׁיִּשְׁתַּוֶּה לְמַה שֶׁאַתָּה כְּבָר נָתַתָּ⁠ הַסְּלִיחָה, הַשָּׁלוֹם וְהָאֹשֶׁר מְמַלְּאִים אֶת חַיַּי הַחֲשָׁשׁ כְּבָר בָּרַח וְהַפַּחַד לֹא שׁוֹלֵט עוֹד עָלַי מִכָּל הַמְּקוֹמוֹת הַיָּפִים בָּעוֹלָם מָצָאתִי שֶׁאִתְּךָ אֵרְצֵהּ לִחְיוֹת לְעוֹלָם בַּצָּפוֹן, בַּדָּרוֹם, לֹא מְשַׁנֶּה לִי, כָּל עוֹד אֲנִי לְצִדְּךָ⁠ עִם הַרְבֵּה אוֹ מְעַט לֹא אִכְפַּת לִי, אֶשָּׁעֵן עָלֶיךָ⁠ גשר: לֹא חָסֵר לִי דְּבַר הַלְלוּיָהּ, לֹא צָרִיךְ לְחַפֵּשׂ הַלְלוּיָהּ⁠ לֹא שׁוֹלֵט בִּי הַחֵטְא הַלְלוּיָהּ, אָז אָשִׁיר מֵהַלֵּב – דַּי לִי לִהְיוֹת בִּנְךָ⁠ פזמון: דַּי לִי, דַּי לִי לִהְיוֹת בִּנְךָ⁠ דַּי לִי, דַּי לִי לִהְיוֹת שֶׁלְּךָ⁠ לֹא רוֹצֶה זָהָב, לֹא רוֹצֶה כָּבוֹד אֲוַתֵּר עַל כָּל, רַק לְהִקָּרֵא בִּנְךָ⁠ בית ב: שִׁנִּיתָ אֶת הַכֹּל, שִׁנִּיתָ גַּם אֶת שְׁמִי הָפַכְתָּ לִהְיוֹת אַבָּא עֲבוּרִי לֹא יָתוֹם, לֹא אָבוּד וְלֹא עֶבֶד, חָפְשִׁי כְּצִפּוֹר אֲנִי מֵת כְּבָר לְחַטֵּא, שׁוּב נוֹלַדְתִּי, נָקִי כְּתִינוֹק Lyrics: Verse1: The world has nothing to offer that compares to what You’ve already given Forgiveness, peace and joy fill my life Worry has fled And fear doesn’t control me anymore Out of all the beautiful places on earth I’ve found that with You is where I want to live forever In the north, in the south, it doesn’t matter As long as I’m with You With plenty or little, I don’t care, I’ll lean on You Bridge: I lack nothing Hallelujah! I don’t need to search anymore Hallelujah! Sin doesn’t control me anymore, Hallelujah! So I will sing from my heart – It’s enough to be Your son! Chorus: (It’s enough for me, enough for me to be Your son (It’s enough for me, enough for me to be Yours (I don’t want gold, I don’t want fame (I’ll give up much more, just to be called Your son Verse2: You’ve changed everything, You’ve changed my name You’ve became a father for me No longer an orphan, neither lost, nor a slave But free as a bird I’m dead to sin and born again, clean as a baby

Fantastic work, Shilo!

New music: Joshua Aaron – Live at the Tower of David

Shalom friends,

We’ve added some fresh new Israeli Messianic music to Chavah for your holy pleasure.

Joshua Aaron – Live at the Tower of David

Joshua Aaron, of course, needs no introduction. His music is some of the highest ranked on Chavah, and his songs are played throughout Messianic congregations around the world.

This new album is recorded live within the old city walls of Jerusalem, and features Aaron Shust, Chief Joseph RiverWind, Jamie Hilsden, Yaron Cherniak; some of Israel’s finest musicians and worshipers. I think you fine Chavah fans will greatly enjoy.

Thanks to Joshua Aaron for granting us permission to play his music on Chavah. You can support Joshua Aaron by donating to Messiah’s Music Fund . Enjoy!

New music: Jamie Hilsden & Lior Sperandeo – Min HaMa’ayan (From the Spring) מן המעיין

Shalom Chavah listeners,

We’ve rolled out fresh new Israeli Messianic music on Chavah for your holy enjoyment:

Jamie Hilsden & Lior Sperandeo – Min HaMa’ayan

You all may be familiar with Jamie Hilsden. In addition to be an accomplished solo artist, he also is the lead singer for the wildly popular group Miqedem.

This new album has a contemporary sound with some soaring praises for the king. I suspect it will become popular with you fine listeners.

Enjoy this fresh new music for the King! You can support the artists on Chavah via Messiah’s Music Fund here . Thanks friends!

New music: Troy Mitchell – Awake

Shalom fine Chavah listeners, and an early shabbat shalom to you all. We’re rolling out beautiful new Messianic music on the station:

Troy Mitchell – Awake

Troy is a dear friend whom I’ve had the pleasure of worshiping with in-person many times. In fact, Troy is a leader at Beth Immanuel, a Messianic congregation that I attended as a teenager. 😎 He’s extraordinarily talented as a cantor, guitarist, pianist, singer and songwriter. And if there is such a thing as a true mentsch, Troy is one; one of the kindest people you’ll meet.

Awake is Troy’s latest work of beauty, having previously created Light of the World , Yoke of the King , and worked with another group called Arba Minim . Additionally, Troy has produced liturgical works like Se’udat Mashiach .  The title of the album comes from Isaiah 52: “Awake, awake, put on your strength, O Zion; put on your beautiful garments, O Jerusalem.”  

Throughout this album, Troy calls the world to awaken from slumber and hail the coming redemption. He takes listeners on a spiritual journey singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs inspired from the psalms of David, the biblical prophets, the New Testament, and synagogue liturgy. This soulful wake-up call features English lyrics ornamented with Hebrew and layered with Mitchell’s uniquely crafted original melodies. Shake the slumber from your sleeping soul. 

Enjoy this beautiful new addition to Chavah Messianic Radio, friends. If this music ministers to you, consider purchasing the album here . And remember, you can support Messiah’s musicians, like Troy, by donating to Messiah’s Music Fund . Thanks for supporting Messiah’s musicians, friends.

Shabbat shalom, friends.

New music: Paul Wilbur – Roar from Zion

New Messianic music on the station, friends, in what is bound to be a new Messianic classic:

Paul Wilbur – Roar from Zion

Paul needs no introduction; he is perhaps the most popular Messianic artist in the world, his music loved and enjoyed by millions of God’s holy people in Israel and the nations.

This new album, Roar from Zion, is recorded live in Jerusalem and contains new worship songs from Wilbur as well as fresh takes on old classic Messianic tunes. We’re pleased to be playing his new album on Chavah, which now marks the 11th album of his on Chavah. Give it a listen, friends!

You can support Messiah’s musicians by purchasing Roar from Zion at Wilbur Minstries .

Enjoy the fresh new music for King Messiah!

New music: Shilo Ben Hod – Ad HaYom (Until Today)

Shalom friends, I hope you all had a great Passover week. As we enter into Shabbat, I’ve added some fresh new music to the station:

Shilo Ben Hod – Ad HaYom (Until Today)

Shilo is an Israeli worship leader who was kind enough to give us permission to play his music on Chavah. This is his first album — a rich, vibrant, Hebrew gospel-filled album — and he’s currently working on his second album. He’s also raising funds for his new album : you can help him out and receive the new album as a gift.

You can follow Shilo over on Facebook , and purchase his music over at iTunes .

Enjoy the beautiful Hebrew music for Messiah, friends! An early shabbat shalom to you all.

New music: Israeli & Arabic Artists – Kol Koreh (The Voice of One Calling) קול קורא

Shalom friends and an early Happy Passover to you all!

To celebrate, here’s a new album from Jews and Arabs in the Holy Land, coming together to exalt King Messiah – it’s awesome!

Israeli and Arabic Artists – Kol Koreh (The Voice of One Calling) קול קורא

The Voice of One Calling is the joining of Hebrew and Arabic voices in unified worship and adoration, to prepare the way for the coming King. Some awesome praises in both Hebrew and Arabic, including new takes on old Messianic favorites like “Lift Up Your Heads”.

Listening to this new album, it’s upbeat and full of life, dynamic. A blend of a modern sound set to Middle Eastern instruments. It’s an awesome praise to the King in a unique unity between Hebrew and Arab believers.

Friends, I encourage you to checkout their ministry, Dor Haba (The Next Generation) . They have a heart for unity between Jews and Arabs in Messiah. And they do that primarily through ministry and music – what a blessing!

Enjoy this beautiful, unique music for Messiah, dear Chavah fans. And happy Passover to you all!