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Artist Spotlight/Interview: Joshua Aaron

WawRadio has been having a lot of interview opportunities this year! So far we have interviewed Misha Goetz, Sarah Liberman, and now Joshua Aaron. A few more are in the making as I write this. I hope to have, in the future, an interview every week.

Please take a listen as it was a joy to interview this Messianic artist. You can listen to it over here.

 

About Joshua Aaron

Joshua Aaron is an award winning, Messianic Jewish singer and songwriter. He and his wife Jeannie have four children and maintain citizenship with both the nation of Israel & the United States of America. Since the release of his first live CD, “Bo Yeshua” (2009) Joshua’s music has grown to an international level, with as many as 3 million YouTube views of his music videos. His 2012 release “You Are Holy“ won him two Independent Music Awards for his original songs, “Hoshiana” and “You Are Holy” while his latest CD release “Hu Yavo” (July, 2014) soars to new heights, continuing to powerfully connect both the church and Israel through music. Joshua travels in a full time capacity, sharing G-d’s good news through Hebraic worship, powerful testimony and biblical teaching… proclaiming a message of hope in Yeshua (Jesus), a love for the Jewish people and a desire for the return of the Messiah. His connection to the Messianic movement dates back to 1976 when his mother (an Israeli-born Jew) accepted Messiah after hearing a message by the late Martin Chernoff on “the Jewishness of Jesus”. Although being born in the U.S., Joshua’s roots to the modern nation of Israel date back to the 1940’s when his maternal Grandmother Ruth Epstein migrated from Germany to the “Promised Land”. It is there where his mother was born (in 1948) and listed as the first adopted Jew in the modern state of Israel. Visit his website here.

 

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