Santificaras La Fiesta by Simja Dujov

Santificaras La Fiesta by Simja Dujov

Klezmer Podcast 119- Jon Madof. Continuing with the series from the Ashkenaz Festival in Toronto, my guest is Jon Madof of the band Zion80 from New York City. The powerhouse 11-member band plays Afrobeat influenced Carlbach repertoire. We hear the track Asher Bara from their self-titled album Zion80. Run time: 20:52.

Continuing with the series from the Ashkenaz Festival in Toronto, my guest is Jon Madof of the band from New York.

Klezmer podcast 88- Mostly Kosher. The interview guest on this episode is Leeav Sofer, leader of the band Mostly Kosher, based in Long Beach, CA. He is very enthusiastic, and put out a lot of great energy in his show. We also hear the band in live performance.    Run time: 23:10.

Klezmer podcast Mostly Kosher. The interview guest on this episode is Leeav Sofer, leader of the band Mostly Kosher, based in Long Beach, CA. He is very enthusiastic, and put out a lot of great energy in his show.

Funk Meets Hip-Hip Meets Klezmer  Clarinetist David Krakauer and DJ Socalled have been great musical collaborators for many years. But the move to add Trombonist Fred Wesley sent them on a new trajectory to a new sonic landscape. Abraham Inc. blends Klezmer, hip-hop, and Funk in a way that creates a new genre that sets a new standard for Jewish music. Here, I sit down with Krakauer and Wesley to find out what motivated them to join forces and create this new sound.

Klezmer Podcast David Krakauer and Fred Wesley of Abraham, Inc.

Klezmer Podcast 100- Trans Siberian March Band. Welcome to the 100th episode of Klezmer Podcast. Since it began in January 2007, I have met amazing musicians from around the world, and have made friends with so many of them. The fans have been wonderful as well, and I appreciate your support. While in London recently, I attended the Victory At Stalingrad 70th Anniversary Night Out, which featured Trans Siberian March Band as the headliner. The band plays a mix of Eastern European styles.

Welcome to the episode of Klezmer Podcast. Since it began in January I have met amazing musicians from around the world, and have made friends with so many of them.

Alicia Svigals is a New York- based Violinist who has been a fixture in Jewish music since the early days of the Klezmer Revival. I met up with Alicia after her workshop/concert at the New York Klezmer Series, where she performed with Lauren Brody, Aaron Alexander, and Marty Confurious. We get to hear a new track, Simkhes Toyre, which she recorded with pianist Marilyn Lerner.  Run time: 18:26.

Alicia Svigals Klezmer Violin Alicia Svigals Alicia Svigals is a New York- based Violinist who has been a fixture in Jewish music since the early days of the Klezmer Revival. I met up with Alicia after her workshop/concert at the … Continue reading →

GONNA BREAK OUT by TC Eckstein ,Vocalese - Music Uploaded by: LADII TC * Eckstein - @TCecksteinSings

GONNA BREAK OUT by TC Eckstein ,Vocalese - Music Uploaded by: LADII TC * Eckstein - @TCecksteinSings

This episode features and interview with Amos Hoffman and Yale Strom, just prior to the Desert Caravan concert at San Diego State University on April 12, 2017. A Guitar and Oud player, Hoffman has teamed with Pianist Noam Lemish for a new project of jazz-influenced Middle Eastern songs. Joined on this concert by Yale Strom and his band Hot Pstromi, a fusion of this music with Klezmer and Yiddish repertoire resulted in a new direction for Jewish music,

The Desert Caravan Concert featuring Amos Hoffman and Noam Lemish This episode features and interview with Amos Hoffman and Yale Strom, just prior to the Desert Caravan concert at San Diego State University on April A Guitar and … Continue reading →

Klezmer Podcast 84- Geoff Berner. Klezmer Podcast 84 features a video interview with Geoff Berner, recorded at Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles on 30 September 2011

Klezmer Podcast 84 features a video interview with Geoff Berner, recorded at Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles on 30 September 2011

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad - Steady on 180g LP

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad - Steady on 180g LP

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad Steady on LP Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad (GPGDS) is known for folding the aesthetics of the jamband scene into the.

Klezmer Podcast 122- Jonathan Feldman. From Ashkenaz Festival, Jonathan Feldman and Zebrina performed music from their latest album Hamidbar Medaber. Here, Jonathan talks about the album and more about the band. We hear the track Higher Power.  Run time: 30:00.

From Ashkenaz Festival, Jonathan Feldman and Zebrina performed music from their latest album Hamidbar Medaber. Here, Jonathan talks about the album and more about the band. We hear the track Higher Power.

Klezmer Podcast 91- Balkan Beat Box. My interview guest on this episode is Tamir Muscat of Balkan Beat Box. The band was in Los Angeles recently, on tour for their new album Give. We hear the track No Man’s Land. Run time: 15:30

My interview guest on this episode is Tamir Muscat of Balkan Beat Box. The band was in Los Angeles recently.

Klezmer Podcast 120- Steven Greenman. This episode features an interview with Violinist Steven Greenman. Steven is a long time Klezmer musician who is also a master of Gypsy/Roma and Classical music. Here Steven speaks about his recent projects such as a collaboration with Chinese Pipa artist Gao Hong. He also performs regularly with Harmonia, Joel Rubin, Pete Rushefsky, Kurt Bjorling, Annette Bjorling, Alexander Fedoriouk, and Heather Klein.

This episode features an interview with Violinist Steven Greenman. Steven is a long time Klezmer musician who is also

Klezmer Podcast 54- Watcha Clan. Introduction and interview with Watcha Clan band members Suprem Clem, Nassim, Matt La Bess, and Sista Ka. Episode continues with Watcha Clan performing at Grand Performances in Los Angeles.  17 July 2009

Introduction and interview with Watcha Clan band members Suprem Clem, Nassim, Matt La Bess, and Sista Ka. Episode continues with Watcha Clan performing at Grand Performances in Los Angeles.

Klezmer Podcast 98- Bubbeleh. By an act of random coincidence I found myself at a performance of Bubbeleh, a wonderful Los Angeles- based band. They perform a good deal of original material, making the band sound fresh and exciting. I met up with band member Max Kutner after the show, and had a conversation outside on the sidewalk. We hear a track I recorded from their show. Also, be sure to check out their EP. They plan to release a full album soon, and I can’t wait to hear it.  Run time…

By an act of random coincidence I found myself at a performance of Bubbeleh, a wonderful Los Angeles- based band. They perform a good deal of original material, making the band sound fresh and exciting.

Pinterest
Search