Showing posts from July, 2019

New feature: Comment on songs!

Shalom Chavah fans!We’ve rolled out a nifty new feature on Chavah: you can now comment on songs!Whenever a song is playing, scroll down to the comments area:Click the drop down arrow and you’ll see existing comments and a way to comment yourself:You’ll notice that a user’s picture is next to the comment – if you don’t have a profile picture, you can add one on your profile. Also, the user’s first and last name are displayed, which are also pulled from your profile. If you haven’t filled it out, Chavah will use a variant on your email address as the displayed name.To limit abuse, commenting requires you to sign in. If you’re not signed in, you can see existing comments, but you’ll need to sign in to add your own comment. Here’s what it looks like if I’m not signed in:My goal with this feature is help build a community around the music and to give listeners a voice! I often find many users submit comments to songs as lyrics or song tags. We can’t accept those submissions, but it shows a…

New music: Ted Pearce & Friends - Songs of the Rabbi

Brand new Messianic music, hot off the presses, now playing on Chavah!Ted Pearce & Friends - Songs of the RabbiThis is an awesome project from Ted Pearce: find songs penned by Messianic Jewish rabbis and have leading Messianic music artists perform them. What a blessing!Contributing artists include Messianic musicians Ted Pearce, Corry Bell from Lev Shelo, Michelle Gold, Sue Samuel, Deborah Kline-Iantorno, Sarah Benedict, Marc Vidito, Yosef Koelner, The Men's Shtetl Choir, Elshad Babakhanov, Mahlody Wray, and more.What an amazing blessing this is - to preserve the works of Messianic Jewish rabbis, to amplify the name of Messiah, to bring together some of the great Messianic musicians of our time - all together in one album. What a blessing!I hope you'll check it out. Many thanks to Ted Pearce for sending this to us for play on Chavah - thank you, Ted! Please support this work by purchasing the album for name-your-price over at

New music: Carlos Perdomo - Studio Sessions

Shalom fine Chavah fans, and happy Independence Day to our listeners. Today we have a special treat for you: new music from veteran Messianic musician Carlos Perdomo!Carlos Perdomo – Studio SessionsCarlos has produced something truly beautiful here. I particularly am stirred by the duet Adon Olam – wow! The beautiful vocals set over strings, and with a rising ending; absolutely stirring.Carlos’s music has been well-received on Chavah: this is his 3rd album now on the station, and his cover of the song Rachem/Mercy is one of the highest-ranked songs on Chavah.I hope you all enjoy this wonderful new music for Messiah.You can support Messiah’s musicians by purchasing Studio Sessions here. Thanks, holy friends!