From Shepherd To Superstar: The Incredible Story of Yonatan Razel


Yonatan Razel was born in New York and moved to Israel at a young age with his family.

He won “Singer of the Year” and “Song of the Year” from Ynet in the fall of 2007.

Yonatan gained fame in 2009 for setting the Jewish liturgical poem “Vehi Sheamda” to music for Yaakov Shwekey.

Israeli Charedi radio station Kol Chai named the song its “Song of the Decade” as the song became popular with both secular and religious listeners, becoming an anthem for the holiday of Pesach in Israel.

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