In these times of stress and grief, we all could use a little happiness break. Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for music and comedy from around the Jewish world to lift your spirits. You deserve it.
As we continue to mourn the 11 Jews murdered in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for songs of remembrance and strength.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for a heavy-hitting line-up of recordings inspired by the 2018 World Series and the joys of baseball.
Join me next time on Sounds Jewish for music and comedy inspired by the dybbuk, the Golem, ghosts and the devil. It may scare the skullcap off of you.
Next on "Sounds Jewish": more recordings by artists that host Andy Muchin has known – and probably annoyed -- and a few inside-klezmer stories about them.
Sounds Jewish celebrates its eighth anniversary with recordings and stories.
"Sounds Jewish" welcomes Simchas Torah, the day for Rejoicing with the Torah scroll, with a pentateuch-primed playlist featuring eclectic songs in praise of the Torah and the holiday.
Next on "Sounds Jewish," an in-gathering of liturgical and secular music from around the globe celebrating the festival of Sukkot.
“Sounds Jewish” welcomes the Jewish new year 5779 with music in many styles geared toward including all y'all in the Book of Life.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for songs and shtick about the very sins that we all ought to be shedding.
Next on Sounds Jewish, a smorgasbord of Jewish recordings about food, drink and cooking. You may even ask for seconds.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for songs from many Jewish genres that all ask a crucial question.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for religious and secular Jewish music that may inspire you on your path toward repentance. No pressure, though.
Shalom, pardner. Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for Jewish cowboy and cowgirl music, plus humor.
Sounds Jewish celebrates summer with an international playlist of Jewish tunes evoking summer.