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Einat and Hakim in Red Hook, Kingston, and Rosendale 

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What do you get when you blend an Israeli born on a kibbutz with a French-born Muslim? Acoustic urban soul, of course, if the individuals in question happen to be Einat and Hakim. Einat Betzalil and Hakim Boukhit, born on the same day, fell in love at first sight and make music of soaring purity and power that’s been stunning European audiences. Catch a Hudson Valley appearance at Taste Buds in Red Hook on Saturday April 21 in a 1 pm matinee, at 8 pm that evening at the AIR Gallery in Kingston, or Tuesday April 24 at the Rosendale Cafe at 8 pm. Reverbnation.com/EinatandHakim

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