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July 11, 2013 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-07-11

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JULY 19, 2013 • 7:30 PM


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Featuring

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The Irving Laker z"I Guest Artist

Soulfarm was founded in Israel b y
Grammy Award winner lead guitarist C
Lanzbom and guitarist and lead singer
Noah Solomon Chase. They toured as
Shlomo Carlebach's band, have won
a Grammy recording with Pete Seeger,
and have opened for Bruce Hornsby,
Shawn Colvin, The Wailers, and George
Clinton, to name a few.

Their live shows are full of Mediterranean

flavor with captivating guitar leads,
dance rhythms and strong percussion



breaks. Through extensive touring they
have performed throughout the US,
Europe, Australia and Israel. Soulfarm
will join Temple Israel's own Cantor
Michael Smolash and Cantorial Soloist
Neil Michaels in leading a Kabbalat
Shabbat service of our own regular
melodies, as well as Soulfarm 's uplifting,
captivating Jewish songs.

MIL

Services begin at 7:30 PM.
Open to the community.

For more information, contact Reisa
Shanaman at 248-661-5700 or
reisa@temple-israel.org.

terkpraer

Making a difference..

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July 11 • 2013

JN

This musical service program is
generously supported by the Laker
family in memory of Irving Laker z"I.

Irving Laker was a blessing and an
inspiration to his family, and to the
entire Jewish community. His acts of
kindness will long be remembered.

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