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““Mystic Hebrew jam-band folk. Fun!” ”
“Says Levitt, “I’m not just excited for myself and the show but for all of the fabulous Jews that are also playing…I’m also pretty happy to be joined on stage by Umar Malik Williams and Eric Silva Brenneman, two of my favorite musicians and two of my best friends.” There’s no doubt that there will be plenty of good music to accompany all of the great beers the Acadia has on tap. And everybody will be celebrating the release of Ahava Raba. Matthew Levitt’s new album draws on texts from the Siddur, the Prophets and the Psalms. Levitt has created new melodies and arrangements that draw on a multitude of influences and inspirations such as Indian kirtan, Middle Eastern modality, as well as Latin rhythms and North American folk”