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Florence and The Meshugenahs Taking Boulder by Storm

(A Post-Passover Satire – read it with a grain of Kosher salt) The Boulder Jewish Community has a new hit sensation in the music scene.  Florence and the Meshugenahs have broken into the airwaves with their smash hit, “Bread Days.” Already with 398 401 hits (mostly from the parents of the band members) on their Youtube music video, recently filmed at the Boulder JCC, this hip new band looks poised to take over the Jewish music scene.

When asked about her inspiration for the song, Florence replied, “I was still ecstatic over a great Purim and almost forgot that Passover was fast approaching.  I thought to myself, what is my favorite part of this festive holiday?  Dinner with family?  Four glasses of wine? No!  Actually, I love not eating any bread products for a whole week! Then before I knew it, the song was written and we were producing the music video.”

Florence and the Meshugenahs are currently planning a summer tour with Guns N’ Rose-nzweig as well as a few guest appearances by Channukah Harry!

Check out their YouTube video here:

About Michael Rosenzweig

Michael Rosenzweig is the Community Concierge at the Boulder JCC. He is the Flatiron Tribe program director, responsible for all young adult programming for Boulder Jews ages 21-45, in addition to outreach, social media, and welcoming new families to Boulder. If you have a question about Jewish Boulder, Michael is a great resource! You can contact Michael at: michael@boulderjcc.org

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