Today on Jewcy: The rockin’ (Jewish) summer songs you never knew you needed!
Listen to the alt-right version of “Shut Up and Dance” that you never knew you needed, and much, much more
Today on Jewcy: The singer/actor changes a song to make it about Jerusalem
Ep. 131: Actor Joshua Malina and composer Hrishikesh Hirway, hosts of The West Wing Weekly podcast
Today on Jewcy: Raichel discusses fatherhood, going solo, and fighting BDS with tea.
Today on Jewcy: A new progressive folk group with Jewish roots
Episode 119: West Virginia Rabbi Joseph Hample and musicians David Chevan and Warren Byrd of the Afro-Semitic Experience
New klezmer group Tsibele reminds us that we’ve been here before.
My winding journey through music mirrored my journey of Jewish discovery
Wain, who topped Ella Fitzgerald in 1939, passed away earlier this month at 100
String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis wants you to know that some of his best friends are Jews—and also about the Rothschilds and the Zionist cartel and the “Jewish banking agenda.”
The Indie rockers from Hoboken return with an eight-night slate at Bowery Ballroom
The Bleachers singer is more than Lena Dunham’s boyfriend. He’s also one of the most influential pop music producers in the world right now.
The Soundgarden frontman is dead at 52
The rock ‘n’ roll siblings from L.A. are back with a fantastic track
The musician’s biographer sets the record straight on the singer’s Jewishness and complex relationship to his family’s Holocaust history
Live from Toronto’s Beth Tzedec Congregation, Unorthodox talks to novelist David Bezmozgis and opera singer Julie Nesrallah
With a new album in the works and a summer tour already underway, HAIM is ready to help you feel all the summertime feels
‘The Goyim Know,’ which blames the Jews for positive liberal developments in American society, is a bar mitzvah hit waiting to happen