Just thought I’d share this picture! Took it for our friend/brother Chris, right after one if our concerts this weekend. Wonderful, but pressing weekend that it was. Still recovering, while also trying to prep for leading a worship set at a women’s retreat, and getting this EP finished!
Hey there! This page was created for you, so you can keep up with some of the wonderful and bizare twists in my personal journey. The ups and downs, the growth, and the writers block, the profound, and the utterly ridiculous. My name is Kerah, and I chose -not too long ago- to walk the road less traveled.
What about my music?
I've been raised singing Messianic praise and worship music, so I write a good deal of worship music,
but I find myself also writing songs about issues I face in my spiritual walk, thoughts I have,
or about people who inspire me.
I write about these things to point to a higher voice that speaks into every part of my life.
I write to encourage the current generation, and to bless the last generation with music for their children
that doesn't contain sex, self image, addictive substances, selfishness, discontentedness,
weird occult ideals, anger, or the worship of youth.
If I write about these things, my intentions will always be to reveal it's ugliness, never to glorify it.
I haven't really considered what my sound is because I like to write songs into what ever musical
direction that feels right. If I had to choose, I'd describe my music genre as Believing/Folk/Other.
I don't call my music Messianic, because most people wouldn't call it that either.
I have a heart for Israel, and I intend to put on my albums whatever the God of Israel tells me to.
I want to put scripture on every album I release, which means every album I create will have
at least one praise or worship song on it, or a piece of litergy.
Most of the music on Zemer Levav albums is praise and worship, and is definitely Messianic at it's core.
For those of you who really love the music we have produced;
my other material may take some time to get used to. Try not to take it for face value.
There is usually a deeper meaning, a story, and a message in every song.