Christmas Eve for Jews (and their friends) in D.C. 2013


Do you live in D.C. or N. Virginia? Do you know people who do? Come spend Christmas Eve with the Jews*.

Once again this year, Good For the Jews is traveling to Jammin Java in Vienna, Virginia, to play a Christmas Eve concert. It’s better than sitting at home and watching “It’s A Wonderful Life” for the 1,000th time. We’re a helluva lot funnier than Henry F. Potter,  I promise you.

The show is December 24th, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20. You can buy them by calling (703) 255-1566, or by going to the Jammin Java website.

See you there!


*Yes, non-Jews are allowed to attend. But they have to pay double**.

**Not really.



"We Got You a Dreidel"

XMAS EVE IN D.C. (or thereabouts)


Once again this year, the good folks at Jammin Java have invited us to perform at their club on Christmas Eve (a/k/a the Worst Night of the Year To Be a Jew). This is now a tradition! What is this, our fifth year in a row there? Our fiftieth? Probably somewhere in between.

If you live in D.C. or the Northern Virginia area, please come celebrate with us on December 24th. We promise, it beats staying home and watching “It’s A Wonderful Life” yet again.

Jammin Java
227 Maple Ave in East Vienna, Virginia 22180
December 24, 2012 at 7 pm / $20 tickets
Call them at (703) 255-1566 with your annoying questions

Link to the Jammin Java website: here

Rob and David will sing all their hits songs, including “They Tried To Kill Us, We Survived, Let’s Eat,” “It’s Good To Be A Jew At Christmas,” “Goin’ Down To Boca,” “Reuben the Hook-Nosed Reindeer,” and MORE!


It exists!


Those of you who (are lucky enough to) have heard our song “Reuben The Hook-Nosed Reindeer” know there’s a line about Reuben cooking “blintzes for Blitzen.”

Recently, a friend told us about the book “Blintzes For Blitzen,” which is described as the story of “a reindeer who likes Jewish food, and celebrates Hanukkah with Bernie, a Jewish deli owner.” We’ve never met a deli owner named Bernie, but that’s no reason not to trade in ethnic stereotypes.

The book was published in 2010, so obviously, we were here first.


Pretty sure these authors stole our idea!



Happy Passover (and welcome to Huffington Post readers)

Happy Passover to all our Jewish and non-Jewish friends!

And for those of you who came to our site because you saw the Huffington Post article, please drop us an email to say hi [click on the SAY ‘HI’ TO THE BAND button] or sign up for our mailing list — we’ll let you know when we release more free MP3s, and when we go on tour.

And don’t go overboard on the Manischewitz! Four cups will leave you with a nasty hangover.

Good For the Jews return to the Washington, DC-ish area

Our Christmas Eve, don’t-stay-home-watching-It’s-A-Wonderful-Life concert

Saturday, December 24, 2011

227 Maple Ave E
Vienna, VA 22180
Tickets $20
Phone (703) 255-1566

To buy tickets, click on this link.