Lisa loeb married dating
He was interested in literature and philosophy and upon graduation, went to study philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles.
A Christian by religion, he is an American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Derived from the Greek word for "assembly," a Jewish house of prayer.
Synagogue refers to both the room where prayer services are held and the building where it occurs.
Six major record labels vied for her services; a Grammy nomination ensued.
"It was a bit overwhelming," concedes Loeb, who also had to deal with critics who questioned whether she was a one-hit wonder.
Her 1997 CD, "Firecracker," featured her hit single, "I Do." By now her career trajectory is as famous as her frames, but Loeb has also embarked upon a quieter, parallel journey: her exploration of the spiritual side of Judaism.
To learn more, Loeb's been reading books such as Rabbi Ted Falcon's Judaism for Dummies and Rabbi Joseph Telushkin's The Book of Jewish Values and attending a variety of synagogues around town (she favors Traditional services).
In person, she's cerebral and girlish, wearing funky-granny glasses and a ponytail.
She's a pop culture diva who loves opera and has a comparative literature degree from Brown University.
She's participated in celebrity readings for Koreh L.
A., The Los Angeles Coalition for Literacy and a CD project to benefit the Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles. "It's perhaps my tendency to be very analytical, to ask questions and to overquestion." With her musical career melding seamlessly with her faith, Loeb's clearly having her cake and eating her pie, too.