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Tamar Eisenman

Joe's Pub

April 14

Doors at 9:00PM
Show at 9:30PM

Tamar Eisenman is one of Israel’s unique female rock voices. The virtuosic guitarist singer songwriter and artist began her musical career with the release of her self titled and produced EP in 2003 composed and recorded at her home studio. The Ep was distributed independently and mainly word of mouth making a very strong impact, quickly received massive attention from the local press centering Tamar in the evolving upcoming indie/alternative pop-rock music scene in Israel and signing to NMC Music label for her future album releases.

Tamar released five official studio albums. Mixing meticulous, yet live-feeling, production styles with a sensitive singer-songwriter aesthetic, Tamar is a singer-songwriter and guitarist that regularly shatters stereotypes. Presenting a versatile musical attitude she sounds equally at ease with the delicate acoustic ballads as she does with energetic guitar riffs driven songs. Tamar has opened for Jeff Beck and performed with Kaki King and recently signed with a new Belgium-based label and is about to release her first European album.

Tamar spent a part of her childhood in San Francisco with her family. It was then that she was first introduced to rock, folk, blues and country music. Growing up in Israel she was eager to create a new female voice in Israel’s rock music scene by exploring various influences of gender identities and cultural fluidities. Tamar have been paving an independent musical journey stretching all her strings as she always explores new boundaries. Today, Tamar is based in New York City. Her new solo performance brings an accurate combination of vulnerability and ruggedness, shyness and extroversion of rock & folk. All these nuances blend into a fabulous musical concoction she calls "HipRock". With her guitars and lyrics, Tamar, a big small lady, is creating a new musical experience by herself on stage.

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