Good For The Jews is the hilarious music duo of Rob Tannenbaum and David Fagin. Their vow: "No songs about dreidels. And no Israeli folk-dancing."
They've appeared on "The Today Show" and on NPR (twice, even), and have played sold-out rock shows from Seattle to D.C. to Leeds, England. Their music unites two great elements of Jewish culture: the comedy of Mel Brooks and Tom Lehrer, with the catchy rock n' roll of Lou Reed and Joey Ramone.
As evidence of Good For the Jews' fresh approach to Jewish music, they've amassed a huge press kit, where the words "hilarious" and "Jon Stewart" frequently appear.
"This is not your father's Judaism: Jews with an edge and proud of it." -Baltimore Jewish Times
"A hilarious musical act. Don't miss them." -National Public Radio
"The voice of the Jewish hipster movement." -UR Chicago
"Good For The Jews' have been called 'hilarious' from coast to coast." -Philadelphia Weekly
"Like Sarah Silverman and Jon Stewart, this show is wickedly hilarious." -Village Voice