Soulfarm was founded in Israel by Grammy Award winner lead guitarist C Lanzbom and guitarist and lead singer Noah Solomon Chase. Their sound has been dubbed as New American music, full melodic song writing and progressive modern arrangements. Together with Ben Antelis and Daniel Ori, their live shows are full of Mediterranean flavor with captivating guitar leads, dance rhythms, and strong percussion breaks. The New York Post quotes Soulfarm as “versatile, utilizing improvisation and world music.” Soulfarm has recorded with many well-known musicians such as Perry Farrel and Dispatch; and has opened for Bruce Hornsby, Shawn Colvin, The Wailers, George Clinton, to name a few. They have been featured on Fox 5 Good Day New York as well as the main band for “MY9 Celebrates Israel Day Parade.” Through extensive touring they have performed throughout the US, Europe, Australia and Israel.

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Zion80 explores Jewish music – from Carlebach to Zorn and everything in between – through the lens of the Afrobeat funk master Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Led by Jon Madof (Rashanim, Matisyahu), the 11-piece band arranges Jewish melodies using the polyrhythmic intensity of Afrobeat, blended with the madness of the Downtown scene. Madof’s most ambitious project to date, Zion80 is blazing hot and tight as a drum. Spiritual, grooving and endlessly exciting, this is essential Jewish music for the 21st century.

Jon Madof – guitar
Frank London – trumpet
Matt Darriau – alto sax
Greg Wall – tenor sax
Jessica Lurie – bari sax
Zach Mayer – bari sax
Brian Marsella – keyboards
Yoshie Fruchter – guitar
Shanir Blumenkranz – bass
Marlon Sobol – percussion
Yuval Lion – drums

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Ta Shma

Ta Shma Orchestra was formed in Long Island in 2005 by Jeremy Litton & Yakov Block, highschool classmates who started a band playing school functions and small parties. After winning Yeshiva Unversitie's Battle of the Bands in 2008 Y

vibrant group playing a well blended sound of Jam, Soul, and Funk with Jewish and Chassidic roots. The name Ta Shma is Aramaic and means "Come and Listen", and is what the band invites all to do. To come share a unique musical experience filled excitement and energy. Ta Shma Orchestras tries to present a innovative sound that can satisfy the pallets of all listeners.

Influenced by greats such as Phish,The Grateful Dead & Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, Ta Shma's unique sound, based out of the five boroughs has made it's way across the United States.

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