Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for musical and comedic answers to Christmas shopping season and then December 25th.
Yes, Virginia, there are a few good Chanukah songs. Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for another enlightened hour of recordings for the Festival of Light.
Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for the Chanukah playlist you know you need as the holiday begins next week -- with recordings by everyone from Adam Sandler to Sharon Jones to Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt.
Next on “Sounds Jewish”: 17 -- count 'em 17-- cross-cultural songs with a Jewish flavor.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for two distinctly different versions of nine well-known Jewish melodies.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for music from the Jewish world extolling women's empowerment and offering respect to females, plus key Jewish songs written and recorded by women.
Next on “Sounds Jewish,” we prepare for Thanksgiving with songs about gathering with loved ones.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for songs remembering the Night of Broken Glass.
This week: “Sounds Jewish” salutes the World Series with Jewish music from Los Angeles and Texas.
Tune in to Sunday's "Sounds Jewish" for music and comedy inspired by the dybbuk, the Golem, various ghosts and the demon Lilith. It'll knock your prayer shawl off.
Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for music and comedy about everything from greeting the day and going to work to paying the rent, taking a vacation and finding love.
A Simchat Torah Pentateuch party with a pan-national playlist.
Celebrate Sukkot, the Festival of Booths.
Tune in to the next Sounds Jewish for a penitential playlist that just may help you prepare for Yom Kippur.
Tune in to the next “Sounds Jewish” for glorious renditions of new year music, plus songs about food, hope and ridding ourselves of our sins.