Witty, Wary ‘Egyptian Revolution Blues’ Goes Viral (Jerusalem Post)

Witty, Wary ‘Egyptian Revolution Blues’ Goes Viral (Jerusalem Post)

Jul 09

What do you do if you’re a local folk singer with a sharp wit alarmed by the events unfolding in Egypt and what it means for Israel? Sandy Cash decided to express herself in the way she knows best, by writing a topical song with barbed humor and posting it on YouTube.

FAME Review – “A Thing So Real”

FAME Review – “A Thing So Real”

Jul 09

"Like some of the best performers in the musical theater, she moves easily from the classic torch song to a comedic song and everything in between...But more importantly, she writes great songs - both those that come from the heart and those that tell a story."

Capital News (Jerusalem) Reviews “A Thing So Real”

Capital News (Jerusalem) Reviews “A Thing So Real”

Jul 09

"The taste that Sandy gave us on her first CD may have a chance of being satisfied now with the debut of her second CD, A Thing So Real. Once again Sandy has brought us a CD full of humor and poignancy. This time entirely her own music."

“Exact Change” Reviewed in Sing Out! Magazine

“Exact Change” Reviewed in Sing Out! Magazine

Jul 09

A Sing Out! CD Review by Angela Page Sandy’s combined interests and talents have led her to merge into a unique slot in the folk music world…It’s obvious that Cash has an ear for a quality song… Israelis are fortunate to be able to hear these good writers in a live musical setting, sometimes thousands of miles away from their source.

Soundbytes (Canada) Review of “Exact Change”

Soundbytes (Canada) Review of “Exact Change”

Jul 09

"Exact Change is an interesting artifact: music which is clearly American springing up in the middle east. However, this is music which, in its stories, transcends borders and cultures and resonates not just in the hearts of American expatriots but in anyone who can truly hear its human stories. "