Dan Nichols is one of the most popular and influential Jewish musicians in North America, performing over 200 events a year. His music has become an important part of the Reform Jewish movement, with synagogue youth and clergy alike incorporating it into their curriculum and services. His last two albums have garnered critical acclaim and a legion of growing fans. Songs like "L'takein (The Na Na Song)," "B'tzelem Elohim," "Kehilah Kedoshah," and "My Heart is in the East" are some of the most popular songs in Reform Judaism today. This new album, The Roots, blends an eclectic mix of musical genres, styles, dialects, liturgy and text. Dan incorporates his travel experiences to Israel and all over the United States, making connections with the people he meets and created a versatile and moving album.
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