Aerosmith is arguably America’s most successful hard rock band. But few people know the Jewish history that helped make this success possible.
Tupac Shakur was murdered on this day in 1996. Deep down, was the brilliant rapper really just a nice Jewish boy who loved his mother?
Pink Floyd’s recording career may have ended. But the band’s Jewish history lives on.
To honor the 80th birthday of George Lazenby, who starred in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, we present Bond’s Jewish history.
De Niro has made a specialty of playing Jews nearly as often as he has Italians
The legendary cult musical, which opened in London in 1975, has a surprisingly Jewish history.
“In some ways, Woodstock was just a large-scale, Jewish Catskills pop-up, where the entertainment was rock ‘n’ roll instead of klezmer.”
Their first manager was Jewish. They first played with a Jewish blues guitarist. They even used Yiddish in a Top 40 hit.
In 1972, the fictional private detective worked the Diamond District in “Shaft Among the Jews.”
The origins of the “Star Is Born” go back to a 1932 drama called “What Price Hollywood?” that starred Constance Bennett.