Jeffrey Paul Bobrick Performs Live at
Michael Jackson Memorial in Harlem

"Michael (The One And Only)"
A Tribute Song To Michael Jackson


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Make Music New York 2014 Performance Schedule 

This is Jeffrey Paul Bobrick's 4th time participating in MMNY and he will be performing in three live concerts throughout the day.

Make Music New York Performance #1
Saturday, June 21 @ 2:00 PM — 3:00 PM
60 West 129th Street, New York

Make Music New York Performance #2
Saturday, June 21 @ 5:30 PM — 6:00 PM
Clinton Street and Atlantic Ave (Atlantic Avenue BID), Clinton Street and Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Make Music New York Performance #3
Saturday, June 21 @ 7:00 PM — 8:00 PM
5 and Diamond Restaurant, 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd, New York

For more information, please go to the Shows Page.

Working On New Projects 

JPB is taking off much of 2014 to work on new creative projects. However, he will be doing some live performing, so sign up on the email list to be the first to know. And, get ready for some great music soon! Thanks for your support!

JPB Live September 1 at the Richmond County Fair 

Jeffrey Paul Bobrick will be performing a 40 minute set at the Acoustic Stage of the Richmond County Fair on Sunday, September 1, 2013 at 4:30pm.

The Fair raises funds to support the educational programs at Historic Richmond Town.

Located in the heart of Staten Island, Historic Richmond Town is a 15-minute drive from all bridges and a 30-minute ride from the Staten Island ferry on the S74 bus.

Jeffrey Paul Bobrick in Make Music New York 2013 

JPB will be performing twice in the Make Music New York festival this Friday!! Make Music New York is a live, free musical celebration across New York City that takes place each June 21 - the longest day of the year.

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Live Performance at Walt Whitman Library in Brooklyn
Walt Whitman Brooklyn Public Library (Branch 62)
93 Saint Edwards Street, Brooklyn, NY

Sidewalk Cafe Open Mic
94 Avenue A (corner of 6th street), New York, NY
JPB will be the Host/MC for Make Music New York After Dark Open Mic at the Sidewalk Cafe. In addition to hosting, he will also be performing some of his original songs. Feel free to join him, share some songs, and have a great time.

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Words Worth Singing - A Concert - May 17, 2013 

An evening of the music of 4 talented lyricists, featuring a 20-30 minute set of music by Jeffrey Paul Bobrick! This series was created to feature emerging and established lyricists.

This event is funded by a grant and is being presented by Medicine Show Theatre. "The works are chosen to delight the mind, honor creativity, confound empty convention, encourage active compassion and present the many facets of the American experience within a global community."

When: Friday, May 17th, 2013, 8pm
Where: Medicine Show Theatre, 549 W 52nd Street - 3rd floor, New York, NY
Price: $10
All ages!

"Words Worth Singing" 

The music of Jeffrey Paul Bobrick has been selected for the Medicine Show Theatre Company's "Words Worth Singing" series. This series was created to feature emerging and established lyricists.

The works are chosen to delight the mind, honor creativity, confound empty convention, encourage active compassion and present the many facets of the American experience within a global community.

JPB is very excited to have been selected and will be performing at the Medicine Show Theatre Company in May or June. Sign onto email list to get news about Jeffrey's performances and receive a free song.

JPB Joins with Lifebeat's Hearts and Voices 

Lifebeat’s Hearts & Voices Progam is an on-going live performance series for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Every year Hearts & Voices produces an average of 250 concerts, bringing the gift of live music to thousands of people at numerous facilities throughout New York City and Washington, DC including hospitals, residential facilities and day treatment centers. Every week, talented musicians from all musical genres volunteer their time and talent to entertain the most appreciative of audiences.

Many people living with the HIV/AIDS routinely spend time in facilities that can serve their health needs. Most people in these facilities are not able to go out to enjoy live music and entertainment, so Hearts & Voices brings the beat of the city to them.

Jeffrey Paul Bobrick is honored to be a Heart and Voices Artist. "I've always belived that all human beings have gifts that we can share to improve the lives of others," says Jeffrey. "I've been very fortunate in life and it's important that I pass that on. For me, one of the things I can give is music. I'm so happy and joyful to be working with this great organization to share the gift of song with those who could use it most."

Hearts & Voices continuously seeks to adapt to the changing needs of the HIV/AIDS community by tailoring live performances to meet the desires of patients and residents. The Hearts & Voices artist roster is diverse, and always expanding. Celebrity performers who have participated include Destiny’s Child, LL Cool J, Stanley Jordan, Jewel, Ethan Hawke, Jon Secada and Floetry, among others.

“… some days I can barely get out of bed, but I know that I have to fight this thing… music helps a great deal, we can sing along, and it makes us feel like we are still a part of society.”
- Carol, patient

“Music is a form of contact to another person (expressing) your feelings. But it’s not done verbally, it’s done through the soul.”
- T. J., patient

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About JPB

Billboard Award Winning singer-songwriter Jeffrey Paul Bobrick is quickly becoming a fixture on the New York music scene. Recently honored by American Songwriter Magazine, "JPB" is creating a buzz on the east coast with his thoughtful music and powerful live performances. He is constantly writing new music and hopes to continue to record and perform not only throughout the United States but the world.

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