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Lorin Sklamberg is a vocalist, accordionist, pianist, guitarist and founding member of American Klezmer band The Klezmatics. He began performing Jewish music at age fifteen, and moved to New York in the early 1980s to incorporate klezmer into his music.
Prior to New York, Lorin was part of the self-described "gay-Jewish-radical faerie folk duo" called Pilshaw and Sklamberg.
In addition to his work with The Klezmatics, Lorin works at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research as their sound archivist.
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With Don Byron
- Don Byron Plays the Music of Mickey Katz (Nonesuch, 1993)
- Rogovoy, Seth (2000-05-12). The Essential Klezmer: A Music Lover's Guide to Jewish Roots and Soul Music, from the Old World to the Jazz Age to the Downtown Avant-Garde. Algonquin Books. pp. 192–. ISBN 9781565122444. Retrieved 9 January 2013.
- Layne, Joslyn. "Lorin Sklamberg - Music Biography, Credits and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012-11-02.