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Jeffrey Paul Bobrick Performs Live at
Michael Jackson Memorial in Harlem
 

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About JPB

"Sounds like Billy Joel meets Josh Groban meet Willy Wonka"

Billboard Award Winning Singer and Songwriter Jeffrey Paul Bobrick (JPB) writes, records and performs. He is known for his whimsical music, and a rich baritone voice that incorporates musical theater, pop, rock, and folk styles. Called a "brave artist" by Nile Rogers, his music is sometimes funny, sometimes touching and always entertaining.

His EP, "When You Are Free," was released in 2007 and his song "Broken Tomorrow" was featured on Neil Young's "Songs About War." His Michael Jackson tribute song "Michael (The One and Only)" was released in 2009, and performed live at many events, including the the Memorial for Michael in Harlem in 2010 for thousands of fans. JPB's web series, "American Idol Response," was viewed over 125,000. He won the Nokia Phone's "Best Singer" contest in 2011 and was featured in their "Don't Fence Me In" ad campaign. JPB is honored to have written the jingle for Angel Wings International, which sends medical relief to Haiti. He has also released two holiday songs, "Winter Wonderland" and an original, "It's Chanukah!" The musical "Chutzpah!" featuring music and lyrics by JPB, was workshoped in New York City in 2014 and 2016, with staged readings raising funds for Camp del Corazon. Dedicated to charity and making a difference in the world, JPB has also been a Hearts and Voices artist, performing concerts in hospitals.

JPB's new comedic music video, "Tweetin' Donald," was released in 2019.

He is currently in pre-production for a new YouTube series, "The Meaning of Music."

In addition to his music, JPB has performed as an actor in films (Economics 101, The Butcher and the Housewife), New York theater (Religion, Jigsaw, The Cat and the Moon),  and throughout the US (National Tour: Babes In Toyland, Regional: South Pacific).