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MP3 Jinny Marsh's Hot Kugel Klezmer Band - Grandma's Recipes-A Klezmer Celebration

Delight in klezmer music fused with modern Jazz, American standards and theater. The clarinet belly laughs at a joke told by the violin. The moody piano longs for unrequited love in a minor key. First rate musicians and vocalist. This cd is fun.

13 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Traditional Folk, WORLD: Judaica

The career of Jinny Marsh includes off-Broadway, summer stock, the New York Cabaret scene, commercials and entertaining aboard cruise ships. Known as a "lively, fun to watch singer," the Boston Globe called her "a charismatic singer." Marsh has always loved Jewish music but it wasn''t until she began studying cantorial music that she realized the joy and profound meaning when singing traditional Yiddish theatre songs. She began performing with a klezmer band and eventually formed her own called, Jinny Marsh''s Hot Kugel Klezmer Band. Her group consists of the most talented and experienced musicians in the Washington, D. C. area. Jinny Marsh''s Hot Kugel Klezmer Band has performed on the Kennedy Center''s Millennium Stage and in folk festivals in across the United States at the National folk festival in East Lansing, Michigan, Lowell, Massachusetts, and locally at the Smithsonian folk life festival, the Library of Congress and local community festivals in the DC metropolitan area. Jinny Marsh''s Hot Kugel Band has launched its first CD called Grandma''s Recipes- A Klezmer Celebration.

Jinny is proud to have violinist virtuoso, Vladimir Gamarnik, who is originally from Russia. Mr. Gmarnik has appeared at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and at concerts and folk festivals all over the world. He continues to astound audiences. In addition to performing with his own band, the Alexandria Kleztet, clarinetist, Seth Kibel performs with The Daryl Davis Band and The Van Dangos. Seth has also performed with such notables as Sam Moore (Sam & Dave), Johnnie Johnson, The Coasters, and Percy Sledge. Seth is on the faculty at the Duke Ellington School for the Arts in Washington, DC. The group''s venerable trombonist Seymour Greene recorded with Jack Teagarden and the Andrews Sisters, and during World War II, Greene traveled around the world with Irving Berlin''s This is the Army show. He has played at every Presidential Inaugural since 1953. Pianist Andrew Zatman has performed throughout the United States and teaches piano and composes classical music, some of which has been performed at the Kennedy Center''s Concert Hall. You''ll find it hard to keep your seat -

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