Eliezer Gerstman

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Eliezer Gerstman

Eliezer "Eli" Gerstman, second from right, c. 2006.
Born Eliezer Gerstman
(1980-03-13) 13 March 1980 (age 36)
Dakos, Belhavia
Residence Dakos, Belhavia
Nationality Belhavia Belhavian
Ethnicity Belhavian Jews
Citizenship Yes
Alma mater Ohr Chaim Yeshiva
(Provisa, Belhavia)
Occupation Record ProducerVocalistSongwriter
Years active 1997 - present
Home town Dakos, Belhavia
Net worth $43.2 million URD
Religion Judaism

Eliezer Gerstman (born March 13, 1980), is commonly known by his stage name Eli Gerstman, is a Belhavian who is an Orthodox Jewish singer, songwriter, and producer. His primary genre is contemporary Jewish religious music.

He is popular in the Belhavian, Rodarian, and Basilene music and popular cultural scenes.

Early life

Career

Late 1990s-early 2000s: Early career

2000s: Breakthrough

2010s: Collaborations

Awards and nominations

Personal life

Gerstman began composing songs as a teenager and to date has composed over 1,500 songs which grace concerts and school performances around the world. He produces albums of contemporary Jewish religious music under the name "EG Music Productions." He launched and produces the Yeshiva Boys Acappella.

He is married to Chani Shriver. They have two children, Avrohom and Ruth, and live in the Old City neighborhood of Dakos, Belhavia.

Roles

Discography