Over the past decade, St. Louis band Brothers Lazaroff has grown its annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo into one of the year's most popular holiday events. Unveiled for this year is a new celebrity-packed, Livestream show as The 10th Annual Brothers Lazaroff Hanukkah Hullabaloo: A Virtual Miracle kicks off Saturday, December 12 at 8 PM EST.
Celebrity guests joining the Brothers virtually include:
Ray Benson, founder of multi-Grammy Award-winning Asleep at the Wheel
Tweedy, solo/family project by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy
Kinky Friedman, best-selling author and songwriter
Lee “Scratch” Perry, legendary reggae superstar and producer
Peter Martin, Grammy Award-winning Jazz pianist
Elizabeth McQueen, Grammy Award-nominated vocalist, singer-songwriter and radio personality from Austin, Texas
Jo Firestone, comedienne and writer for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
Anita Jackson, St. Louis’ premier vocalist
Brothers Jeff and David Lazaroff welcome fans to gather safely/virtually as they broadcast “live” from the backyard around the bonfire. They'll be joined by special celebrity guests, as well as featuring Hullabaloo regulars, and will include the annual recitation of “Eight Nights,” a series of nine poems set to funky experimental Eastern European folk jams performed by Rabbi James Stone Goodman and the Eight Nights Orchestra.
The Brothers' wives will be frying up latkes in the deep fryer and DJ Boogieman will man the giant menorah
The event is 100% online, tickets for the livestream link are available at: http://www.metrotix.com/events/detail/hanukkah-hullabaloo-a-virtual-miracle.
Tickets are $10 and a $20 ticket includes a Hanukkah Hullabaloo commemorative poster designed by STL Style; event link and information are mailed upon checkout.
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About Brothers Lazaroff
Describing Brothers Lazaroff and the music they play is no easy task. Shapeshifting through endless configurations from a 4-7-piece rock band to an 8 11 piece Jazz band, to World Music orchestra or stripped-down roots combo, they float across genres playing their catalog of original songs with a family of St. Louis' finest musicians. Whether playing thrilling rock n' roll on a festival stage or the intimate confines of a listening room, Brothers Lazaroff mine their catalog of eight full-length albums to craft an experience and labor to give back as much energy as their loyal fan base gives to them. For more information, visit http://www.brotherslazaroff.com.