• Nefesh Mountain live on DittyTV

    Memphis-based DittyTV will be featuring a live concert with Nefesh Mountain over the next few days on their streaming channel. The network focuses on live music and interviews with Americana and roots artists of every kind, and can be accessed

  • The Tree Of Life video from Nefesh Mountain

    Like all feeling people, we were horrified by the slaughter at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh last week, where 11 worshippers were murdered while attending services, and another 9 injured by gunfire. The attack left all who regularly

  • Live video of Nefesh Mountain from Station Inn

    During a recent appearance at Nashville's fabled Station Inn, Nefesh Mountain captured this live performance, released today on video. It's a medley they include on most of their shows, featuring the captivating voice of Doni Zasloff and the evocative banjo of Eric

  • The Narrow Bridge video from Nefesh Mountain

    Nefesh Mountain has released another video from their latest album, Beneath The Open Sky.  Like all their music, the video highlights the husband-and-wife team of Doni Zasloff and Eric Lindberg. She sings, and he plays banjo and guitar, and together they

  • Beneath the Open Sky – Nefesh Mountain

    While it’s generally considered an indigineous American musical art form, albeit one originally derived from the Irish and Scottish immigrants who arrived on these shores in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, bluegrass has never been the exclusive realm

  • Happy Hanukkah from Nefesh Mountain

    At this year's World of Bluegrass convention in Raleigh, one of the new groups I most enjoyed seeing live was New Jersey's Nefesh Mountain. Fronted by the husband/wife team of Eric Lindberg and Doni Zasloff, the band serves as the Jewish

  • Esa Einai video from Nefesh Mountain

    As bluegrass music moves ever closer to the mainstream of America's and the world's cultural mainstream,  influences from outside the southeastern US will continue to mold and reshape its sound. Already bands in Europe and Japan are distinguishing themselves by