Brothers Lazaroff offering special Hanukkah gifts for fans in St. Louis and beyond


Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content Officer

The Brothers Lazaroff hope the experience that is their annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo concert is one fans will continue to enjoy now Hanukkah is underway.

“Got a little Hanukkah treat we wanted to share before we hibernate for a bit,” wrote brothers Jeff and David Lazaroff on their YouTube page on Friday. “We are excited to announce the re-casting of the Hullabaloo live from the Grandel Theatre earlier this month.”

The Brothers Lazaroff, along with Rabbi James Stone Goodman and the Eight Nights Orchestra, Anita Jackson, DJ Boogieman and others took the stage at the Grandel on Dec. 3 for their 12th annual concert. All proceeds from this year’s event are going to the Jewish Community Center in Krakow, Poland. The sold-out show featured original Brothers Lazaroff songs and tributes to artists including Tammy Wynette, Leonard Cohen, Robert Johnson and Ronnie Spector.

Since the live show the brothers have been busy mixing and mastering the video and audio and are making it available for all to enjoy.

“Stream it at your family Hanukkah party, send it to your aunt and uncle in another state who loves music, and share it with both the youth and the sages in your life,” wrote the Brothers Lazaroff.

The video premiered on Friday and is now available for all.

One more Hanukkah miracle!

In addition to the release of the live show on YouTube, the Brothers Lazaroff have another Hanukkah offering for fans.

“On Sunday night, Dec. 18th at 6 p.m. CST, our friend, Brian McClelland, at Blip Blap Video is releasing a special Hanukkah offering featuring Rabbi James Stone Goodman with Rabbi Susan Talve and Brothers Lazaroff for a performance of a tune from our recent collaboration ‘Duke of Psalms,’ wrote the brothers in an email to fans on over the weekend.

The video release is part of the “Live from the Boom Room,” a new video series featuring live performances recorded in the Blip Blap Video HQ bunker in St. Louis.