When Woody Guthrie moved to Brooklyn in the 1940s, the legendary troubadour became enthralled with the culture and music of his Jewish in-laws. Now, a group of New York musicians are taking his unpublished songs and melding Americana with traditional Jewish klezmer. Join Kojo for a special Hanukkah conversation and performance by The Klezmatics.


  • Lorin Sklamberg Vocals, Accordion, Guitar
  • Lisa Gutkin Vocals, Violin
  • Paul Morrissett Vocals, Bass
  • Boo Reiners Vocals, guitar

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