Rabbi Cantor Steve Blane releases new Passover EP album

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Find Rabbi Cantor Blane's new Passover album that includes traditional songs like Ma Nishtana, Kadesh U'rchatz, Dayenu, Eliyahu Hanavi, and Adir Hu on Spotify and Blane's Amplify page. Singer songwriter Blane continues to add to his slate of Americana and Jewish music.

Blane's jazz inspired Jewish High Holiday services

Singer Songwriter Blane is also the Founder and Director of the Jewish Spiritual Leader's Institute, (www.jsli.net) the online professional rabbinical program and a Founder of the Union of Jewish Universalist Communities (www.ujuc.org) which is based on the doctrine of Jewish Universalism.

Rabbi and Cantor Steven Blane has been busy adding to his prolific slate of Americana and Jewish songs and has released a new Passover EP. To find it now go to Blane's Amplify page here and on Spotify.

The five song EP, entitled “Passover” includes five traditional Passover songs including Ma Nishtana, Kadesh U'rchatz, Dayenu, Eliyahu Hanavi, and Adir Hu. Blane says, “It seems to me that we need light, joy and freedom in these dark times and that’s what Passover the holiday and my EP are all about!”

Singer Songwriter Blane recently released a lot of new music including, "Fly Again," "First Christmas” and his newest Holiday release Hanukkah EP. For more from Blane check out albums: "I Walk Alone," Neo- 1960's Rock and Roll songs, "So New York," love songs to NYC, "Motel Blue", "I Confess" recorded in Nashville and "The Shed Sessions" recorded in a shed in Lake Worth, Florida. Just released in January 2020 was another brand new album, entitled “Sweet Dreams."

To Learn more about the work of Rabbi Cantor Blane go to http://www.rabbi.net and to join him online for Shabbat Services and High Holiday services live at The Bitter End visit the Sim Shalom online synagogue website.

ABOUT SIM SHALOM AND JSLI

Sim Shalom is an interactive online Jewish Universalist synagogue which is liberal in thought and traditional in liturgy. Created in 2009 by Rabbi Steven Blane on Manhattan's Upper West Side, Sim Shalom offers a means of connecting the unconnected. Rabbi Blane leads accessible and short Shabbat services every Friday night using a virtual interface and additionally Sim Shalom provides online education programs, conversion and life-cycle ceremonies along with weeknight services at 7:00PM EST. For the High Holidays, Sim Shalom goes live at the Bitter End in NYC with jazz infused musical services.

Rabbi Blane is also the Founder and Director of the Jewish Spiritual Leader's Institute,
(http://www.jsli.net) the online professional rabbinical program and a Founder of the Union of Jewish Universalist Communities (http://www.ujuc.org) which is based on the doctrine of Jewish Universalism.

Sim Shalom, a non profit 501 © (3) tax-exempt organization, nurtures a Jewish connection through its mission of innovative services, creative education and dynamic outreach to the global community.

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