Interview: Israeli Music Star Heads to NYC to Honor Israel’s Heroes

NEW YORK (SBN) — Legendary Israel-based musician Gilad Segev is launching a North American tour beginning May 9 in New York City with an immersive concert experience to honor the Jewish heroes of the tragic October 7th attacks in Israel.

Kicking off in NYC on May 9th at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, Edmond J. Safra Hall, the Project HEROES concert offers a unique journey celebrating the bravery and resilience of these Jewish heroes.

SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin spoke with Gilad in advance of tonight’s concert. You can watch the interview, which includes several of the songs featured in the Project Heroes program.

Through original video & music created by Gilad and the families of these heroes, Project HEROES is more than music—it’s a tribute to the courageous souls who sacrificed everything to save others. Through powerful storytelling, captivating visuals, and stirring melodies, this breathtaking multimedia stage experience led by one of the most popular musicians in Israel Gilad Segev will honor their legacy and inspire audiences.

Gilad’s personal connection to the project, stemming from his meetings with the families of the Israeli heroes who lost their lives on October 7th, along with the deeply moving song “Achshav Tov” dedicated to his brother who lost his life while serving in the IDF, adds a profound layer of authenticity and emotion to the event.

You can get more information about other concert dates at teev.com.