Paris Chansons make their first appearance in Minnesota.
Here is some great music to light up your holiday nights.
We can’t afford to lose enthusiasm and faith in the future.
Legendary musician Steve Katz discusses his humble beginnings and the road to three Grammys at the St. Paul JCC on Thursday.
Benny Friedman, live in concert this weekend, has Twin Cities roots that run deep.
The TC Jewish Film Fest Lineup Reveal Part off tonight with a documentary featuring the Jewish musicians that played along with the biggest names in rock ‘n roll.
Learn about different branches of modern Judaism, hang at a pool party with a DJ from Tel Aviv and get ready for the high holidays.
Yoni Reinharz talks to us winning a reality TV series and opening up the Twin Cities’ first real Jamaican restaurant. Did we mention he raps with Matisyahu?
Josh freaking Nelson is coming to town. And not just anywhere – he’s coming to MY SYNAGOGUE! I keep hearing people describe him as dreamy (he’s not bad looking), and talented (1000% true – the man is musically gifted) – but for me, his arrival is like coming home to my Jewish happy place.
Live at Stubbs, the album that put Matisyahu on the map, came out in 2005. I remember being at camp that summer and hearing it on every stereo throughout the whole grounds. Nobody had heard anything like it, and Jewish summer camp was the perfect place for an album like that to catch fire. The beats were hip, the hooks infectious, and every song seemed to hit the sweet spot between Jewish enough for a rabbi and dope enough for a teenager.