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An 'Unorthodox' Approach to Cabaret

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An 'Unorthodox' Approach to Cabaret

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An 'Unorthodox' Approach to Cabaret

An 'Unorthodox' Approach to Cabaret

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The musical band What I Like About Jew started out as a tongue-in-cheek cabaret act that sold out at New York venues such as The Knitting Factory and Fez. Now, the two-man act has a new CD, Unorthodox.

Sean Altman, one of the duo, was a founder and former leader of the vocal group Rockapella. The other half, Rob Tannenbaum, is music editor of Blender magazine.

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