Ever since my sophomore year of college, when I first picked up a guitar and started to strum, I’ve been making music. The first band I got to play with, Mamma’s Groove gigged at many of Madison, Wisconsin’s dive bars of the 1980s and early 90s – Club DeWash, O’Cayz Corral, The Willy Bear – and at the infamous Mifflin Street Block Party. In rabbinical school, I started playing klezmer and the music of Shlomo Carlebach, and my year in Jerusalem I was part of a band called Elisheva Jones that played a weekly gig at Cafe Magritte. Nowadays I mostly write songs and play them with local musicians and friends whenever I have an opportunity. Between 2012-2013, I began a song cycle eventually entitled Lunar Tunes in which I wrote a song for each Jewish festival. The album was released as a digital video compilation in November of 2013.