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Ezekiel’s Wheels recording an album

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Ezekiel’s Wheels, featuring Hingham High graduate and clarinet player Nat Seelen, has been recording an album in Hingham after its victories at the 2012 International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam. The full-length album is coming out this summer, and will feature traditional Jewish music. “It will feature a mix of our arrangement of traditional tunes as well as a few sets written by Nat and John Cannon, one of our fiddlers,” said Kirsten Lamb, who plays upright bass. The group is also starting an East Coast tour with a concert at Cambridge’s Club Passim on April 6. The group will then travel to New York City, Baltimore, Atlanta, Alabama, and Tennessee. To find out more about the band, visit their website, ewklezmer.com.

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