“Take a load off Fanny” is one of the more mysterious lines in The Band’s song “The Weight.” Now Robbie Robertson reveals who Fanny actually might have been.
Exactly 30 years ago, The Klezmatics burst onto the scene. Ever since, music, Jewish culture and Seth Rogovoy have never been the same.
40 years ago, Robbie Robertson and The Band played their “last waltz.” Today, we tell the story of their secret Jewish history.
New Balance shoes may be the latest footwear company to get unwanted attention from white supremacists. But it’s not the first. Seth Rogovoy explains.
Jazz pianist and bluesman Mose Allison has died at the age of 89. Check out cover versions from The Blues Project, Ben Sidran, the Clash and more.
Singer, songwriter and keyboardist Leon Russell has died at the age of 74. Many great Jewish artists covered his music including Barbra Streisand, Neil Diamond and Amy Winehouse.
On his 82nd birthday, Leonard Cohen has released “You Want It Darker,” the title track of his new album. According to Seth Rogovoy, it might just be his most Jewish song ever.
Rock-poet Leonard Cohen, the “master of erotic despair” and the writer of dozens of modern classics that have been performed and recorded by everyone from John Cale to Judy Collins, Willie Nelson, U2 and Rufus Wainwright, died on November 10 at age 82.
For the first time in 34 years, Swedish superstars ABBA are reuniting. As they begin work on a new digital and virtual reality project, we examine their Secret Jewish History.
The new “Rocky Horror Picture Show” premieres on October 20 at 8 PM on Fox. Learn about the legendary cult musical, which was born in 1973, and its surprising Jewish history.