When you hear Charedi rabbi brothers, Aryeh and Gil Gat, perform "The Sound of Silence," you might feel as though you are being transported to another time, listening to the original Simon and Garfunkel.
The incredible performance was taken from Israeli TV show Rising Star, but this isn't the first time the brothers have joined forces. They have been spotted on the streets of Jaffa Road, Jerusalem covering The Beatles' "Nowhere Man," and even Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here."
We hope the rabbis continue singing and wowing us with their talents for a long time to come.
Via Yaniv Gal
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