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Since the earliest days of Maccabeats, fans have been asking for a Pesach (Passover) video. And for just as long, we’ve wanted to produce a Pesach video, but only if we could get it right; If we could put together a project that properly portrayed the excitement and grandeur of the Festival of Freedom. This year’s film adaption …READ MORE
Ever since we visited the White House in 2011, Barack has been bugging us to include him in a future project. Finally, we got together with him and some of our Jewish friends to produce this very special version of “Candlelight,” our viral Hanukkah song. It was truly an honor working with all these celebrities, and if you email us …READ MORE
Dear Fans, The past month or so has been, to put it lightly, wild: twenty shows, eleven states, four countries on three continents, three TV appearances, two new videos (and a cameo in one more), and one original song. The Hanukkah/holiday season culminated in our annual December 25 show at BBKing in NYC’s Times Square, where we got …READ MORE
For years, the name Maccabeats has been synonymous with catchy and exciting a cappella covers and parodies of songs from all genres. All of our videos, albums, and concerts have been filled with music written by other people. …Until now. In honor of Hanukkah 2012, we are proud to debut our first original song, “Shine.” Shine is a …READ MORE
Our newest video was a lot of fun to make, and while it doesn’t accurately represent our decision-making process, there was some reality mixed in: Firstly, we’ll be shying away from full-length parodies for the time being. Taking tunes from other artists in a legal grey area, and doing it by the books usually involves a lengthy and …READ MORE
This year, instead of sending around cards or emails to our friends, family, and fans, we decided to do something a little more…musical. The melody we are whistling in our short Rosh Hashanah clip is traditionally sung before commencing the evening High Holiday prayers. This tune, something that we have been singing since our youths, is over a …READ MORE