Mi Yodea and Ovadya- Mostly Jewish Music- Textured and a Bissele Twisted | Skokie Theatre | Rock, Pop, Etc | Chicago Reader
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Mi Yodea and Ovadya- Mostly Jewish Music- Textured and a Bissele Twisted 

When: Thu., Nov. 26, 11:57 p.m. 2009
Mi Yodea combines influences of the old 'Jewish hour' radio show, Israeli dance and traditional, religious Jewish music with a gallon of progressive rock, a quart of experimental jazz and a dash of pure pop trash. Jewish music for the future - Tradition with a Twist. Mi Yodea is: Eliezer Kaplan-keys, percussion, writing/Matt Kanter-Drums/Phil Isaacson-Digi-Horn/Ann Gross-percussion/Sue Kaplan-percussion. Ovadya has played from Shank Hall, WI to opening for Eric Burdon and the Animals. They’ve been played locally on WXRT and across the USA. Ovadya offers compelling original music influenced by Jewish tradition—as well as some traditional favorites—with world and psychedelic textures. Ovadya is: Linda Wolf-Sax, electric violin, fretless bass, vocals/M Hurley-Electric & Acoustic Guitars, effects, vocals. Tickets may be purchased at www.skokietheatre.com. Group discounts available. http://www.zelwel.com/MiYodea.htm http://www.ovadya.net/music.html



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