Soulfarm was founded in Israel by Grammy Award winner lead guitarist C Lanzbom and guitarist and lead singer Noah Solomon Chase. Their sound has been dubbed as New American music, full melodic song writing and progressive modern arrangements. Their live shows are full of Mediterranean flavor with captivating guitar leads, dance rhythms and strong percussion breaks. The 2012 New York Post quotes Soulfarm as “versatile, utilizing improvisation and world music.”

Soulfarm has recorded with many well-known musicians such as Perry Farrel and Dispatch; and has opened for Bruce Hornsby, Shawn Colvin, The Wailers, George Clinton, to name a few. They have been featured on Fox 5 Good Day New York as well as the main band for “MY9 Celebrates Israel Day Parade.” Through extensive touring they have performed throughout the US, Europe, Australia and Israel.

Recorded with:
Perry Farrel (Jane’s Addiction)
Eric Lawrence
Maya Days (Aida, Rent)
Dispatch (Gut The Van)
R’ Shlomo Carlebach
Moshav Band
Yosi Piamenta

Movie Soundtracks:
When Do We Eat

Top National Venues:
Whiskey-A-Go-Go, L.A.
The Wetlands, NYC
House of Blues, L.A.
BB Kings Blues Club, NYC
Carnegie Hall, NYC
Hammerstein Ballroom, NYC
The Bitter End, NYC
Irving Plaza, NYC
The Knitting Factory, L.A., NYC
Town Hall, NYC
Fox Theater, Boulder, CO
Firehouse – St. Louis, MO
Bill Graham Festival, San Francisco
Ben & Jerry’s Festival, VT

Extensive Worldwide Touring:
Berlin, Germany
Tel Aviv/Jerusalem, Israel
Sydney/Melbourne, Australia
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Monkey Dance
Live At The Wetlands
Scream of the Crop
Live in Berlin
The Ride
Get Your Shine Box
Jerry Jams, Jerry Cares

Opened for:
Bruce Hornsby
Shawn Colvin
Mickey Hart
Norah Jones
The Wailers
Lisa Loeb
George Clinton
Gov’t Mule

Charitable Events/Not for Profit Events
92nd St Y
JCC Rockland “We Are One”
JCC Manhattan, Summer Rooftop Concert Series
Shemeshfest, Israel, The Freedom Concert
Jerry Jams, Jerry Cares, Tribute to Jerry Garcia for
the REX foundation

WFUV- featured listening @ The Bottom Line, NYC
WFUV – City Folk


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