Zion80 is taking it to the next level, and we want you to be a part of it! We’re recording our first EP of brand new original music plus a two-song single. Join us as we embark on this exciting journey, and get access to the whole process with behind the scenes videos, photos, updates, signed CDs and a lot more. CLICK TO VIEW THE PROJECT »
This is a live track from Zion80’s show in December at Brooklyn Bowl. We invited ePRHYME to sit in with us on Shlomo Carlebach’s ‘Yehi Shalom.’ Thanks to Yossi Pollak for recording it!
The track isn’t perfect, and it includes some banter before the next tune we played. But the energy and vibe is exactly what we go for every time we play, so we posted it on SoundCloud as soon as we could.
Whether you’re a hip-hop expert or not, you’ll hear very clearly that ePRHYME is the REAL DEAL and brings it 100% every time he’s on the mic.
So here it is, and know that this is just the beginning…
Zion80 has been hard at work in the studio. We’re recording an album for John Zorn’s Masada Book III and a whole lot more. Stay tuned for updates, but in the meantime you can look at these photos…
It’s been an amazing 2016 for Zion80. From the Acht Bruecken Festival in Cologne, Germany to the Washington DC Jewish Music Festival to the ERJCC in Houston, TX to Brooklyn Bowl. We want to thank all of our fans who came out to shows and let us know how much you love our music!!!
There are BIG, GIANT things in store for 2017. Stay tuned, and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
Celebrate Hanukkah with Zion80 at Brooklyn Bowl on 12/27! We’re psyched to be sharing the stage with the amazing NO BS! Brass Band. more info »
Zion80 returns to The Stone in NYC for shows on November 19 & 20, 2016. Sets are at 9pm each night. Admission is $20 at the door.
These are part of Jon Madof’s Residency at The Stone which starts on November 15. Other shows include Blivet, a new project with Brooklyn-based emcee ePRHYME and more. See the full schedule here »
Join us at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston for a concert on November 5, 2016. That’s right, y’all! more info »