“The string players are making this sound like a Geiger counter.”
What did Mostel perform for a mainstream TV audience long before American popular culture embraced multiculturalism? A Yiddish song.
One particularly aggressive number instructs Hitler to “kiss our asses.”
“I’m one-tenth Jewish on my manager’s side,” Francis once said.
Drake was nominated for seven Grammy’s — but he’s not alone among the chosen
The Band frequently gigged at a Jewish club in Ealing, presumably explaining why Daltrey made Pete Townshend play “Hava Nagila” when he auditioned.
The former Beatle praised the Nobel Prize-winning author’s compassion for animals.
They were pulling songs from different countries, and engaging with music beyond global politics. The Weavers were very much a pop group
Part of #HamilDrop, this new song’s a bit of a bop.
“It’s not the prettiest nor happiest of sentiments, but it’s real, and it speaks to a desperate nihilism some of us cannot help but feel.”
This article has been sent!Close