Catch Ninet Tayeb at the McKittrick Hotel on Oct. 5th!

Live at The Manderley at the McKittrick Hotel on October 5th, NINET performs for New York City all the way from Israel. She’ll be in town this October for CMJ’s Music Marathon to introduce her unique music to American audiences.

Date: October 5
Time: 10 pm
Cost: $15
Where: The Manderley at the McKittrick Hotel
542 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001



With over a decade making her way to the top of Israel’s music scene, Ninet Tayeb has become one of the most successful and infectious female artists in her country, now planning the worldwide release of her 5th album. After achieving everything that her local scene can offer – and playing selected dates throughout the US/UK/EUROPE over the past few years- Ninet has now has exclusively set her sights on the international stage looking to impact her music/sound to larger audiences worldwide, both with her stellar new LP and with fantastic live shows.

Her last album “Sympathetic Nervous System”(Produced by Mike Crossey who worked with The Arctic Monkeys, Blood Red Shoes and many more) has received overwhelming reviews – Tayeb is now in her final days of mixing her new album to be released in Autumn 2015 – launching Ninet’s first European and American tour. Recently, Ninet has been working with Steven Wilson(Porcupine Tree) on his latest Solo album, “Hand. Cannot. Erase” And will be premiering their collaboration in his September 2015 back to back shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Steven has described Ninet as “Inspiring, amazing… Her voice literally blew me away” Tayeb has shared the stage in support of an eclectic & diverse group of artists over the year including Jesus and the Marry Chain, Cindy Lauper, Robbie Williams and many more – Ninet is definitely ready to bring her live female rock’n’roll energy to a global audience en masse’ – and you’d better want to be there to witness as she takes the stage.

NINET was recently featured in an article on that you can check out here

More about NINET on her website here