Elliah Heifetz is a first-generation American folk singer with a story to tell. Born to Soviet refugees living on food stamps, Heifetz learned to channel his experiences through poetry and music, studying literature at Yale. He soon began writing music for New York stages and major label pop projects, winning international awards and working with Hollywood and Broadway talent. Now, living and recording in Brooklyn, he's finally singing for himself—writing music that only a Jewish child of immigrants with a weather-worn voice and a mysterious passion for folk music could sing. Because what's more American than that?


Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Vinyl Lounge at Gypsy Sally's