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VIDEO: World-renowned singer Simcha Leiner answers your questions

 

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There are 11 Comments to "VIDEO: World-renowned singer Simcha Leiner answers your questions"

  • Dave says:

    Am I the only person that thinks this post is insane?

  • Questions says:

    Did not watch the video. I do not have any questions for Simcha Leiner.

  • Yuks says:

    Simcha Leiner is one multi-talented, great guy!

  • sweet says:

    This is so nice. Simcha is a genuinely nice, normal guy. I remember him from when he lived in Coventry and bought a Piano !! That was, like, big news. And he was an eidel unassuming guy then and now, that hes a superstar, hes STILL an eidel, unassuming guy. And that’s not an easy thing to do.
    Continued Hatzlocha to you, R’ Simcha Shlit”a.

  • Moshe says:

    Since when does a persons talents translate into us caring about his opinions. This is exactly how the Goyim treat such people.
    He has a beautiful voice but let’s not idolize him like the Goyim idolize their movie stars and sports players.
    Ask R Chaim or some other Gadol a question, that’s worthy to post.

  • Confused says:

    Why is it insane? theres nothing wrong with it.

  • Not living in a vinkel says:

    Dave, Dave, come now….do you not remember the famous story with R’ Ruderman who had the whole Yeshiva come out to greet a gvir who visited the Yeshiva? His words were that there are many types of gedolim, and this was a gadol btzedaka. I think it is apt to say that Simcha is a gadol bshira. I have never met the man, but have never seen a singer who is so completely ” all in ” when he sings; he leaves it all onstage, he attacks the mike and holds nothing back. I see many younger singers who are unwilling to kick it into high gear and risk the high notes and fall short of spectacular. I recently heard the chazzanus piece that he recorded and it was quite clear he not only prepared well but was willing to go all out and I appreciated the tremendous effort involved. Ask anyone who davens for the amud, it isn’t easy. kudos

  • Focus says:

    No harm to anyone, I’ll go with the hackers and will not be watching the video. I’m careful of the content I import into my brain and soul. I think I’ll be ok moving on. Much hatzlacha to Simcha though, I hear he’s a really great guy.

  • Anon says:

    Leave this stuff for the non jewish rock stars. This is the opposite of what frum Jews do: hatznea leches.

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