e sang together in 1980, he as a budding star and me as a seven-year-old along with my choir mates. It was a show produced by Yigal Calek and Sheya Mendlowitz at Felt Forum of Madison Square Garden in New York. The songs that stand out in my mind, aside from the Yigal Calek selections, are “Shevach” and “Memories,” both from MBD’s Memories album. The show’s finale was Yigal’s famous “Kol Berama Nishma,” and the choir was accompanied by Yigal’s legendary choreography and harmonies. MBD contributed by harmonizing with the choir, something we didn’t practice, and closed the song with an impromptu, classic finish that still resonates with me.