Aerosmith is arguably America’s most successful hard rock band. But few people know the Jewish history that helped make this success possible.
— Just another day at the Western Wall. Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler, who is in Israel to play a concert, ran into the new U.S. Ambassador…
Aerosmith, America’s most successful hard rock band, is now 43 years old. But few people know the Jewish history that helped make enduring success possible for Steve Tyler and the guys.
Ed note: This is the first in a series linking the weekly Torah reading — however tenuously — to classic works of rock ‘n’ roll.
When Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad first hit the road seven years ago, Susannah Perlman and her troop of comediennes shocked audiences, some into laughter and others into walking out of the theater. The burlesque-inspired show came complete with Star of David pasties, bat mitzvah gags, and the age old question: “What’s in the gefilte fish?” Today, NJGGB is still going strong with new tour dates on the West Coast and fresh new numbers that include a Lady Gaga song and break dancing.