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Good For the Jews; a night of music and comedy / a special Hanukkah concert
Friday, Dec 15, 2006 // SHOW 7:00 PM // ADV $15 // DOS $17

The rock duo What I Like About Jew was a Knitting Factory favorite, with soldout December holiday shows for the past six years. Their national tours drew rave reviews and a feature on NPR: aHILARIOUS,a said Baltimore CityGuide. aHILARIOUS,a said the Jewish Telegraph. aHILARIOUS,a said the SF Bay Guardian. aHILARIOUS,a said the Village Voice. aHILARIOUS,a said Jewlicious.com. You get the idea.

Now, What I Like About Jew creator Rob Tannenbaum introduces his new group, Good For the Jews, in a special Hannukah-week holiday concert. Tannenbaum, a frequent VH1 commentator and creator of that network's aSo Jewtastica TV special, has teamed up with singer and guitarist David Fagin, leader of the extraordinary power-pop band The Rosenbergs. David has appeared everywhere from Howard Stern to Carson Daly to Dennis Miller, and has opened for the Strokes, No Doubt and Duran Duran. A night of music and comedy with special guest performers, Good For the Jews celebrates Jewish traditions and history with unorthodox, irreverent and-of course-HILARIOUS songs about bar mitzvahs, Hannukah and Mel Gibson's stupidity.

Official Website: http://www.knittingfactory.com/show.php?event_id=100613

Added by Whistling in the Dark on November 16, 2006