Jun 19, 2014
On today's show, I talk to musician Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn. Originally
from the outskirts of Philly, Mirah moved to Olympia, Washington to
attend college, and while there, became part of the local music
scene, where she worked with bands like The Microphones and Old
Time Relijun. In the late 1990s, she started making music on her
own, and her first album You Think It's Like This but Really
It's Like This was released on K Records. Mirah's continued to
work with them, and her latest album Changing Light was
just released on Absolute Magnitude Records, an imprint of K, and
it is spectacular!
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