Marty Goetz in the Tampa Bay Area
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06 June 2017 Written by 
Popular Messianic recording artist Marty Goetz will play to special concerts this weekend in the Tampa Bay Area. He will be sharing his music at Shoresh David Messianic Synagogue in St. Petersburg, Florida on Friday night, June 9th at 7PM and again on Saturday morning, June 10th at 11AM.


Marty Goetz is a singer-songwriter and pianist of Jewish background. Born in 1952, he sang at clubs and other venues around Pittsburgh while studying English at Carnegie Mellon University. He also made a non-singing guest appearance on Mister Rogers as Smokey Bear. Over the years, Marty has collaborated with Christian recording artist Debby Boone on a number of occasions, including on the lyrics to "Song of Deliverance," which appears on Marty's album "Sanctuary." In 1991, Marty performed at a Billy Graham rally in New York's Central Park. Marty has recorded music steadily since 1985.


Marty Goetz sets Scriptures to music, which leaves listeners spiritually moved, inspired and educated. Marty has the wonderful ability to lead listeners to a place of true intimacy with God. His albums include “Psalm Enchanted Evening,” “Songs of Israel” and “Songs of Our Heritage.”


To learn more about Marty Goetz, visit www.martygoetz.com.


These are sure to be worship experiences you will not want to miss. Shoresh David is located at 4200 17th Avenue North in St. Petersburg.

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