“The Prince of Kosher Gospel” Joshua Nelson pays tribute to gospel legend Mahalia Jackson during Black History Month
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$60 for one general-admission ticket (up to $120 value)
$115 for two general-admission tickets (up to $240 value)
$229 for four general-admission tickets (up to $480 value)
Each ticket includes heavy hors d’oeuvres during the show
Choose from February 15, 16, or 17—all at 11 a.m.
Who he is: “The Prince of Kosher Gospel”—a Jewish gospel singer and erstwhile Hebrew teacher
His music combines Jewish liturgical lyricism with homegrown American gospel
His biggest inspiration: the civil-rights-era contralto Mahalia Jackson, also known as the “Queen of Gospel”
Where he discovered Mahalia’s music: his grandparents’ record collection
“The next big thing”: Nelson himself, according to Oprah
His collaborators range from Aretha Franklin to the American klezmer group The Klezmatics
This string of gospel-brunch performances pays tribute to Jackson during Black History Month