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Daniel Kahn & The Painted Bird

05/25/19 | 7 PM

Joe's Pub

425 Lafayette St Map

212.539.8500

$20


25-05-2019 12:00:00 25-05-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York Daniel Kahn & The Painted Bird | 7 PM Detroit-born, Berlin-based singer/songwriter, polyglot poet, translator and activist Daniel Kahn concocts furious, tender, electrifying and revolutionary Alienation Klezmer. With The Painted Bird, he presents a variety of passionate songs inspired in part by the struggles of Jewish revolutionaries at the turn of the century, and in part by his own intense desire for a better world. The Painted Bird has brought "Yiddish Punk Cabaret" to rock clubs, festivals and shtetls, from Berlin to Boston, Leningrad to Louisiana. The band has been referred to as "The Yiddish Pogues," and Kahn was once described as "someone between Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits – but yiddish." Fittingly, his Yiddish cover of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah – coincidentally released a few days before the passing of the great musician – has gone viral, with over 365,000 views. Kahn also leads The Brothers Nazaroff, which revives the lost repertoire of Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff, the master tumler of the 50s in whose mad howl can be heard the alleys of Odessa, the cacophony of Coney Island, and the mountain air of the Catskills. With access to the Smithsonian Folkways vault, The Brothers Nazaroff have restored a piece of a cultural heritage thought lost to the world. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=362436 Joe's Pub Joe's Pub

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Detroit-born, Berlin-based singer/songwriter, polyglot poet, translator and activist Daniel Kahn concocts furious, tender, electrifying and revolutionary Alienation Klezmer. With The Painted Bird, he presents a variety of passionate songs inspired in part by the struggles of Jewish revolutionaries at the turn of the century, and in part by his own intense desire for a better world. The Painted Bird has brought "Yiddish Punk Cabaret" to rock clubs, festivals and shtetls, from Berlin to Boston, Leningrad to Louisiana. The band has been referred to as "The Yiddish Pogues," and Kahn was once described as "someone between Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits – but yiddish." Fittingly, his Yiddish cover of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah – coincidentally released a few days before the passing of the great musician – has gone viral, with over 365,000 views. Kahn also leads The Brothers Nazaroff, which revives the lost repertoire of Nathan "Prince" Nazaroff, the master tumler of the 50s in whose mad howl can be heard the alleys of Odessa, the cacophony of Coney Island, and the mountain air of the Catskills. With access to the Smithsonian Folkways vault, The Brothers Nazaroff have restored a piece of a cultural heritage thought lost to the world.

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