Politics and Poker with Joel Silberman

I saw Joel Silberman present his show Politics and Poker at the Arts Club Friday night.  The show presents Silberman’s very personal journey through music and politics with a fascinatingly eclectic choice of songs.  And contrasting his performing and consulting work, he offered the observation that “Politics is theater with real bullets.”

Here’s the set list:

  • On the Sunny Side of the Street
  • Politics and Poker
  • Different
  • National Brotherhood Week
  • Nose Job in My Mind
  • But Beautiful / Unchained Melody
  • Cohen Owes Me Ninety-Seven Dollars
  • Buddy Can You Spare a Dime
  • Everybody Says Don’t
  • Birth of the Blues
  • Some Other Time (encore)

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