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Sun, Dec 03


Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar

Nefesh Mountain


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Nefesh Mountain
Nefesh Mountain

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2023, 7:00 PM

Pittsburgh Winery @ The Cellar, 2809 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, USA

About the event

New York based Progressive Americana band Nefesh Mountain has been hailed  as one of the formative boundary-pushing ensembles in roots music. The  band’s creators and dynamic husband and wife team of Eric Lindberg and  Doni Zasloff have created a world and sound all their own; blurring the  lines between Americana, Bluegrass, Folk, Jazz and Blues with a  masterful hand as songwriters, instrumentalists and composers alike. The band, declared “A Powerhouse Unit” by Rolling Stone and “Introspective  lyrics and world class musicianship” by American Songwriter, takes the  listener on a deeply personal journey that embodies their own wild nature and unbridled free spirits,  bridging compositional prowess and prolific songwriting with deft instrumentals and jams.

Since their formation nearly a decade ago, Nefesh Mountain  has been proudly open and vocal about their background and heritage as Jewish Americans, and are among the first preeminent Americana / Bluegrass bands to infuse Jewish tradition and soul into the beautifully  diverse tapestry of American roots music. For them the music is wholly American, freely expressing their own identities while at the same time  addressing the hate, discrimination, anti-semitism and racism that still  remains at large in America and the World today. The band has recorded and shared the stage with Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Bryan  Sutton, John Doyle, Noam Pikelny (Punch Brothers), Mark Schatz (Bèla  Fleck, Nickel Creek), Mike Gordon (Phish) and Tony Trischka among  others. The Troubadours along with their band continue to forge new paths in unknown territory, armed with Zasloff and Lindberg’s strong,  smokey, and folksy vocals and Lindberg’s soulful and masterful skills on guitars and banjo alike.


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