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E 2nd St & Ave C
New York, NY
Mon, April 8, 2013
Playing at The Stone in NYC Mon. Feb. 11th with Frank London's Shekhina Big Band. 8pm $10.
MONDAYS IN APRIL:
Frank London's Shekhina Big Band
Monday nights in April, The Stone will premiere Frank London's latest, largest and most exciting project to date: the 21-piece Shekhina Big Band, featuring New York's finest Klezmer, Jazz, and Latin musicians.
Corner: Ave. C and East 2nd St. NYC
ONE SET AT 8PM—ADMISSION $10
uri sharlin - piano
renato thoms - percussion
yoshi fruchter - guitar
brian glassman - bass
richie barshay - drums
London co-founded the Klezmatics, the Hasidic New Wave, and other groups, and was called "the person most responsible for pushing the Klezmer revival in the direction of Rock and World Music." Expanding from his work on the Tzadik release "Scientist at Work" (and his years with Jaki Byard's Apollo Stompers), London's Shekhina Big Band is the first group of its kind, radically fusing Jewish music and big band Jazz.
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