New York-based Hasidic soul band Zusha will perform in Atlanta at Smith’s Olde Bar at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, after an opening set by local musician Aaron Holder.

Zusha last performed in Atlanta in 2015 as part of a Havdalah concert to close the annual Shabbat Project. The group is on a world tour in support of its third album, “A Colorful World.”

While borrowing lines from ancient liturgy, Zusha blends jazz, reggae, folk, ska, gypsy swing and traditional Jewish soul in its music.

Holder is an Atlantan whose 2015 debut album, “Something Stronger,” blurs the boundaries between Jewish and mainstream music by using elements of folk, pop, country and rock with a hint of reggae.

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Tickets for the show at Smith’s, at 1578 Piedmont Ave., start at $12 and can be purchased at ticketweb.com/event/zusha-smiths-olde-bar-tickets/7777265.