Matisyahu appears in the following:
Matisyahu's Spiritual And Musical Evolution; That Was A Hit?!? On Telstar; The Death Of The Movie Musical
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
In this episode: Matisyahu, the self-proclaimed "Hasidic reggae superstar," found success and earned countless fans of both classic reggae and the Jewish community. Matisyahu reflects on the changes in his life, the evolution in his spirituality and music, plus he and his band performs songs from his latest album, Akeda, in the Soundcheck studio.
Then: Charts analyst Chris Molanphy shares the unusual and dark story of an instrumental hit from 1962, The Tornados' "Telstar," as part of Soundcheck's series, That Was A Hit?!?
And: In a six-month period in the 1960s, three movie musicals premiered: Mary Poppins, My Fair Lady, and The Sound Of Music. Each would sweep across American movie theaters, Billboard charts, and awards shows. They effectively killed the movie musical, according to the recent book, Roadshow: The Fall Of Film Musicals In The 1960's.
Monday, June 02, 2014
The self-proclaimed "Hasidic reggae superstar" found success and earned countless fans of both classic reggae and the spiritual community. Watch him perform songs from his latest album, Akeda, in the Soundcheck studio.
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Jewish rapper Matisyahu rose to fame with his 2004 religious hit, "King Without a Crown." But yesterday, he released a beardless photo of himself, and this statement on his website: "No more Chassidic reggae superstar.” Before his eight-night run of Hanukkah concerts kicks off next week, Matisyahu stops by to talk about his new look - and to talk about holiday music, including the video for his newly released EP, called “Miracle.”