Whether you followed The Dead, Phish or R. Shlomo Carlebach zt”l, this is one concert at which we’ll groove as one, b’yachad, to the sounds of two great bands as we celebrate Am Echad – one people.
Israeli rock band Reva L’Sheva (Quarter to Seven) is led by former Deadhead Yehuda Katz, who made aliyah to Israel 10 years ago and fell in with the late hippie Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach zt’l and his Chevra.
These two critical influences led to the marriage of trippy, upbeat jams to Jewish melodies. The result is a Jewish brand of world beat music, replete with African drums, which will nourish your nefesh, satisfy your soul and get you spiritually high.
Opening is Chicago’s own Evën Sh’Siyah, whose extended play Jewish hippie-jam grooves will sound familiar to Allman Brothers fans everywhere, redefining the way Jews rock with their Semitic-spiced sonic stew.
Date: Sunday, March 9, 2003
Time: Doors open at 6:45pm, Concert begins 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 at the door, $18 in advance,
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Venue: Ryan Family Auditorium at Northwestern University
Location: 2145 Sheridan Road, Evanston (btw’n Haven and Noyes Streets)
Parking: University Lots will be available.
Closest “L”: Noyes Street Station, Purple Line, is 3 blocks from the venue.
This show is frum friendly and appropriate for all ages.
The event is sponsored by:
Young Israel of West Rogers Park, Students for Israel and
The Louis & Saerree Fiedler Hillel Center at Northwestern University.