Welcome to Yehoodi!
Yehoodi is a community of folks from around the world that are passionate about lindy hop, swing dancing and swing jazz. We welcome anyone who wants to learn more about this artform and to hang out with others in the lindy hop community.
Our semi-regular rundown of things on the net that you’ll love.
This week’s run down of cool lindy hop clips, videos, blogs, and more.
Help support the transcription of rare South African swinging jazz.
The official results of ILHC 2018 are in! See who all the winners are.
Our interview with #CrazyRichAsians musical performer Jasmine Chen.
The SwingNation crew sit, drink tea and talk about some of the highlights and low lights of the 2017 Lindy Hop year.
For Pride Month, we were proud to host a conversation with Adam Brozowski, Hallie Kuperman, and Lori Taniguchi about LGBTQ+ issues in the Lindy hop community.
This month we keep it simple and remember a man who dedicated his life to Lindy Hop. Happy birthday, Frankie Manning.
Hey Mister Jesse
September's show features new releases from Swingwagon, The Waller Creek Vipers, The Schwings Band, Dennis Lichtman and ProleteR and plenty of international audience feedback. (92 minutes)
August's show features a review of Scott Bradlee’s new book Outside The Jukebox, new releases from The Jonathan Doyle Swingtet, The Shirt Tail Stompers, The Casey MacGill Orchestra, Fizz Jazz and Hot Sugar Band and plenty of international audience feedback. (118 minutes)
June's show features new releases from new releases from Megan & Her Goody-Goodies, Dandy Wellington & His Band, Le Dancing Pepa Swing Band, On The Levee Jazz Band and The California Honeydrops and plenty of international audience feedback. (89 minutes)
Mr. Cantor runs Celluloid Improvisations which is an archive of jazz (and jazz influenced and/or related) music preserved on 16mm sound film, videotape, laserdisc, DVD and various digital formats.
This independent film is made by Lindy Hoppers for Lindy Hoppers. It stars Dax Hock, Sara Breck, Kevin St. Laurent, Jo Hoffberg and a ton of Lindy Hopper musicians and dancers you may recognize.
What does Lindy Hop and Nazi Germany have in common? They are both in the movie Swing Kids. Spuds, Zain, Jess and Alex review the 1993 movie.