- English-Jewish themed story-songs that draw on the gammut of the Jewish experience.
- The Day Is Gonna Come
- Beggar Women
- Don’t Have Long to Go
- Yeetan Lecha
- Gad’loo Lashem
- Spiritually Soaring Jewish Folk-Rock
Laible Ben Moshe, Jewish folk singer / guitarist, original style, personal charm, and emotional performance connects with all audiences with his mix or stories, songs and the ability to keep an audience engaged.
Folk rocker gives a new beat to a time-honored message
Spearheading one of the latest trends in Jewish music, Laible Ben Moshe’s music is highly diversified and spans the range from country, folk, blues and rock to chazonos in a very original form.
“Many of us grew up listening to Jewish music other than traditional chaszonos-based,” “As adults, we were looking for those familiar melodic strains and beats that could also give us a strong Jewish identity and message.
Laible Ben Moshe is a premier performer because of his unparalleled mastery of this quality of music, of which I had been seeking .
Laible is a virtuoso guitarist and the lead vocalist.
Laible Ben Moshe aka Michael Loren, a highly successful entertainer on radio and television.
He appeared in the Jewish Vaudeville Theatre and in the major hotels.
While at the Vesailles Hotel , Laible starred in the Kosher Musical,
He performed in the clubs in Nashville, at the Hapeville Opera House and as a regular on the, Country Boy Eddie Show.
In New York City, his rich baritone voice took him into the Greenwich Village café scene, where appeared at such places as Café Wah, Café Bizarre and The Gaslight.
Laible has also opened for such notable acts as Jackie Mason and Shlomo Carlebach.
He took focus and his music crystallized into a classical Jewish Folk-Rock Sound.
What took Laible a lifetime of travel and spiritual quest is revealed in his latest release “Wellsprings II – The Day Is Gonna Come”- a highly diversified and soulful album.
“You can feel how he’s trying to get closer to Hashem/G-D through his music.”-
Laible has appeared at major events such as the Israeli Day Parade, and has entertained at most major Jewish programs. Chabad Centers and for major organizations, such as Rachel’s Reclamation Project.
Performing concerts at the Carlebach Shul and has been called upon to sing at various Carlebach Tributes.
“I’ve always wanted to give an audience more than they expected,” Laible said.
“Before, I was more entertainment. Now, I want to give them more of a message. I’m trying to light a spark of godliness in people.”
Laible is as comfortable on stage alone with his guitar as he is with a full band or orchestra.