As you light the Hanukkah candles this week, take time out to recognize these Jewish men and women who have contributed to the music world.
1. According to Adam Sandler, he "lights the menorah" along with James Caan, Kirk Douglas, and the late Dinah Shore-ah
2. "Old Friends" from Queens
3. Her movies include "What's Up Doc," "Funny Girl" and "Yentl"
4. Bluegrass/jazz mandolinist and frequent Jerry Garcia collaborator
5. He led Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros
6. Mr. Zimmerman from Hibbing, Minnesota
7. Tony Award winning composer of the songs from "Movin' Out" and a guest on "The Apprentice" this season
8. The late leader of T-Rex
9. He's the only Jewish member of the Grateful Dead
10. The Beatles' manager
11. Born Chaim Witz in Israel, he uses this name as the bassist of Kiss
12. Concert promoter born Wolfgang Grajonca in Berlin
13. Star of the 1980 re-make of "The Jazz Singer"
14. They were the first big white rappers, and all three are Jewish
15. Her biggest album was "Tapestry"
16. The Divine Miss M
17. Steely Dan's keyboard player/singer/songwriter
Bonus: Two of the original four Flecktones were Jewish. Who were they?