Though the name is an Old Testament reference to the symbolic wheels seen by the prophet Ezekiel, the Wheels’ music is both tradition-based and lively and current. After busking on the T and at farmers markets, they entered and won first place and a recording contract at the Jewish Music Festival and subsequent prizes as Best Klezmer Band and an Audience Pick award at other festivals. Their music – part traditional Jewish, part jazz, part vaudeville, and totally captivating – is not to be missed. It promises to be a memorable evening. A Chaim! To Life!