2008Ma’ariv Aravim with Robbi Sherwin
Katy Jordan, an Austin, Texas native, is a kinesiology major and athletic trainer at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas, and hopes to be one of the few professional female athletic trainers in the NBA. She is one of very few Jewish students at her large university, which has made her very strong and extremely proud to be Jewish. She is thankful to her parents for sending her to Greene Family Camp for Living Judaism in Bruceville, Texas, and is also grateful to Birthright Israel for the opportunity to experience her homeland. She cut her musical teeth playing trombone for 6 years, and she fondly remembers singing to Debbie Friedman’s Live at the Del CD during long road trips to Colorado on family vacations. She and her mom, Robbi Sherwin, have collaborated on three songs together; one is the title cut on Sababa’s first CD, Pray for the Peace. She was 13 years old when she co-wrote Ma’ariv Aravim.