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October 2, 2014

 

The Chicago-based, Hassidic folk-rock band Rogers Park releases their debut music video “Sukkah's Falling” a parody of the The Beatles “I've Just Seen A Face” celebrating the holiday of Sukkot.

The band teamed up with famous Hassidic comic Mendy Pellin (Jewbellish) and put out this video as part of their work with Jewish student life on college campus to bring attention to, and create a buzz for this lesser known holiday amongst Jewish college students across the nation.

Rogers Park, the duo of Mordy Kurtz and Yosef Peysin, formed the band in 2011 and have been recently named named Continuum Theatre's “Best Chicagoland Jewish Band 2014”.

Filmed & edited by Mendel Katz 

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