The Moonlights at The Jewish Museum
Groove to the melodious music of The Moonlights—a delightful collaboration between songwriters Rachel Loshak and Dean Jones—while the ethereal works of Marc Chagall are on view at the Museum. The Moonlights’ stirring collection of beautiful, quirky songs for all ages layer whimsical lyrics with instruments from guitar, to marimba, to French horn, creating a “sonic painting.”
Dean Jones has been creating music for families for many years as a solo artist and with the successful band, Dog On Fleas. He has produced many successful children’s music artists including Frances England, Elizabeth Mitchell, Gustafer Yellowgold, also including multiple Grammy Nominated albums in the Best Children’s category, as well as the Grammy Winning Can You Canoe? by The Okee Dokee Brothers. Dean works with the children’s label, Spare the Rock Records, on compilations for causes. Their most recent release is Let All The Children Boogie: A Tribute to David Bowie, benefiting the It Gets Better Project supporting LGBTQ youth.
Rachel Loshak has been writing and performing original material for 20 years as a singer/songwriter/bassist. She has performed and collaborated on projects with Norah Jones, Moby, Natalie Merchant, Chris Ballew and many more. Rachel is partner to Morgan Taylor, creator of Gustafer Yellowgold, having managed that project for many years on their label, Apple-Eye Productions.
Sunday October 14, 11:30am – 12:30pm
For ages 2 to 8
Tickets to this concert are $18. Parents can purchase tickets at https://thejewishmuseum.org/buy/box-office/5b6cd0cac1a3ef506613068a