Friday Night in SF: “Good For The Jews”
Posted by Oyster on December 25, 2008
|Please note that special guest performers have been added to our shows, including the great Jill Sobule, the magnificent Todd Barry, the incredible Dan Levy, the wonderful Adam Brodsky, the terrific Matthue Roth, the marvelous Jared Stern, the exceptional Shayna Ferm, and Jamie Sneider, who defies adjectives.
Good For The Jews
We’re going on tour this month.
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|Good For The Jews
the 2nd annual
“Putting the Ha! in Hannukah” tour.
(Our promise to you: No songs about dreidels.
And no Israeli folk dancing.)
Friday, Dec 26: Red Devil Lounge, San Francisco CA
Doors at 7 pm, show at 8 pm
Red Devil Lounge, 1695 Polk St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
Buy tickets at the RDL box office, online at www.reddevillounge.com, or by calling (866) 468-3399.
RAVES FROM THE PRESS, COAST TO COAST. NOTICE FREQUENT USES OF THE WORDS “HILARIOUS” AND “JON STEWART.”
“This is not your father’s Judaism: Jews with an edge, and proud of it.”
Baltimore Jewish Times
“A hilarious musical act. Don’t miss them.”
National Public Radio
“The voice of the Jewish hipster movement.”
“The musical-comedy duo of choice for today’s secular Jew.”
New York Magazine
“A night of blissful irreverence. It’s music meets standup comedy at its finest. Good For The Jews’ musical interpretations of Jewish life have been called ‘hilarious’ from coast to coast.”
“Appeals to the same young-adult audience that eats up performers like Jon Stewart and Sarah Silverman.”
Chicago Jewish News
“It’s not your dad’s Judaism but part of the sharp, new take on the culture presented by such talents as Jon Stewart,
Sacha Baron Cohen and Sarah Silverman.”
“Good for the Jews rock the house: a comedic indie rock duo,
half-Flight of the Conchords, half-Sarah Silverman.”
“You should be as funny as these Jewish guys.”
Cleveland Plain Dealer
“Witty and delightfully unorthodox.”
“Like Sarah Silverman and Jon Stewart, this show is
wickedly hilarious and on point.”
“Better than Adam Sandler.”
Kansas City Pitch