A NEW BOOK
UNDER THE RADAR
30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians
This is a history book about 30 notable Canadian Jewish musicians. Under The Radar describes a collection of talented artists, You’ll read about musicians Eisenstadt chose because they fascinated him or were nominated by family and friends. His entertaining approach is based on these criteria - Canadian, Jewish, and covers most genres and genders; some alive or long passed. He has written from an historic, not music critique perspective and many will likely evoke….’I didn’t know that.’ or, ‘Why did you not write about…?’ There are many other worthy musicians he will write about. One day, they may be featured in another of his books.
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"BRAVO! BRAVA! בראבו! PARABENS! FELICITACOES! UJASIRI!
I'll certainly tell my friends who are musical and who would buy your book from Amazon."
Elma Lobo – Toronto, Canada" Under The Radar is an easy read. Exposed me to musicians I didn't know anything about; others I was familiar with but not aware of their background. Glad I purchased your book."
Sol Gombinsky - Thornhill, Canada"What a great read already and I only got as far as the last word in the Introduction and Acknowledgements. What draws me to the book, apart from your name, is the cover design and colour."
David Dunlop - Ottawa, Canada"I'll pick up your book from Amazon. Heard Danny Marks was in it - I didn't know that he was a co-founder of Edward Bear."
Duncan McAllister - Toronto, Canada"What an extraordinary contribution you are making to the documentation and celebration of Canadian- Jewish culture."
Batsheva Capek – Nashville, USA"You put some COVID downtime to good use. I'll be ordering a copy of your book."
Steve Kearley - Newmarket, Canada"This book delivers new and welcomed insight upon a curated list of Canadian Jewish musicians. It’s an informative and comfortable visit; easily accessible, and well-written. There’s also a satisfying hint of ‘more to come.’"
Gary Freeman -
Calgary, Canada"Under The Radar has opened our eyes to the accomplishments of various Canadian Jewish musical performers. Many were unknown to us!"
Marcia and Allan Bell -
Calgary, Canada“You’ve done a great job sharing your writing gift with our fellow music lovers!"
Morris Langer -
Toronto, Canada“This is a very important history book, full of interesting stories about 30 talented Canadian Jewish musicians, highlighting their contributions to North American culture.”
Sheila Katz Levine – Toronto, ON
“ An interesting and engaging collection with a nice touch of the personal.”
Phil Levitt (The Diamonds) – Toronto, Canada“A thorough and entertaining compilation – honoured to be part of this rich legacy.”
Erica Goodman – Toronto, Canada
“An honour to be included – a great read.”
Ofra Harnoy – St. John’s , Canada
“Eisenstadt casts a welcome light on each Canadian Jewish musician’s journey rewarding the reader with its uniqueness and universality.”
Eddie Schwartz – Nashville, USA
“This belongs in all research libraries in Canada and abroad.”
Robert Silverman – Vancouver, Canada
“Thank you for recognizing and respecting the past to open the gates to the future.”
Malka Marom (Malka & Joso) -Toronto, Canada
“A welcome Canadian Jewish music anthology.”
Jerry Gray (The Travellers) – Toronto, Canada“Eloquently illustrates the incredible variety and strength of the Canadian Jewish music contribution.”
Ben Mink – Vancouver, Canada
“What fun! Like reading music festival program notes where performers are Jewish Canadians.”
Shelley Posen – Ottawa, Canada“Eisenstadt’s detailed documentation provides colourful context on how Canadian Jews have shaped the soundtrack to our lives.”
Dave Cohen – Nashville, USA
“Thanks for the memories – we didn’t make lots of money but had lots of fun.”
Al Osten (The Rover Boys) – Calgary, Canada "His articles are informative and real in kindness. That's what Eisenstadt does."
Danny Marks – Toronto, Canada
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
UNDER THE RADAR – 30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians - is David Eisenstadt’s first book. A music and history lover, he has written about 30 performers who have contributed to the arts and cultural fabric of Canada but have fallen from everyday view. This book reminds us of their importance and significance.
A recognized and respected Canadian Public Relations Consultant, he’s a graduate of Carleton University’s School of Journalism and the University of Calgary. He is one of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA)’s first two elected Canadian Fellows, and the first of two Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) Fellows. His company, trading as tcgpr (The Communications Group Inc.), was founded in Toronto (1973). He previously managed the PR division of a Canadian Ad/Marketing Agency, headed by industry icon Jerry Goodis. His IBM Canada Corporate PR experience helped tcgpr become the pre-eminent tech PR firm in Canada through Y2K. He received the 2004 Novikoff Memorial Award for furthering PR to CPRS and the community. He served as International Chair, PRSA Counselors Academy’s Executive Committee, is a Past-President, CPRS’ Toronto Consultants Institute and the CPRS National Accreditation and College of Fellows boards. A Senator (Ret.) and Member of the Order of the University of Calgary — where he graduated in Political Science, he has working journalism experience and often writes/comments on the PR business for newspapers, online, magazines and books. tcgpr is the Canadian Partner in IPREX Global Communications with 67 Partner firms worldwide.
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