Dennis Lichtman and Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton will perform in Jerusalem, with five more gigs lined up for Herzliya, Kfar Saba, Tel Aviv and Haifa to come.
The band brought out a debut album a couple of years ago and the incipient sophomore offering will provide the kernel of the Eilat show, on November 12 (4:15 p.m.).
Three organizations will come together to host a two-day jazz event aimed at combating racism and antisemitism.
Born in Jerusalem in 1940, Yossi Mar Chaim has been constantly on the lookout for new envelopes to push for over half a century.
The Jewish-American jazz legend's events made history in the jazz and folk world, showcasing numerous high-profile artists like Joan Baez, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan.
Just when it was beginning to seem that the latest spate of government pandemic-induced restrictions might bring the curtain down on all forms of cultural pursuit here, the Harash 4 jazz club stikes.
Tony Bennett is the winner of 19 Grammy awards and has sold over 50 million records worldwide. He is the founder of the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in New York, and a Kennedy Center Honoree.
Gilad Harel pays tribute to Benny Goodman at the festival next week.
Nearing 80, renowned percussionist Araleh Kaminsky is still at the top of his game and is currently performing with the Eli and The Chocolate Factory trad jazz gang.
A new jazz series is set to make an appearance this summer at Tel Aviv's Charles Bronfman Auditorium-Heichal Hatarbut.