Latkes un Fidlers

A radio broadcast hosted by Jean-Gabriel Davis

LATKES UN FIDLERS - SUNDAY 27TH MAY 2012, RADIO XP (WEBRADIO)

Special program dedicated to food and drinks !
On the menu, a starter by Klezmer Nova, a first dish sung by Aaron Lebedeff, a second dish by Henri Gerro, a little bit of cheese with Hasidic New Wave, a dessert by Yom, to accompany all that, a nice bottle with the guitar player Tim Sparks, and many other goodies.


Jean-Gabriel Davis is a musician, singer (especially with the band Klunk), archivist at the EIJM , host of radio programs, and passionate of Yiddish. In 2012, he creates and hosts a radio broadcast called "Latkes un Fidlers", dedicated to klezmer music, Yiddish songs, and everything close to that. That show was bradcasted on a web radio, Radio XP, the radio of the Gare Expérimentale, a Paris non lucrative organisation of alternative and underground cuilture.

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