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Hudson Valley Magazine
Having shared the stage with the likes of Barenaked Ladies, Jimmy Eat World and Charlie Wilson, Jonny Hirsch is one of those artists who can say with all honestly that he's made it. The frontman for his act, he not only sings but also plays the saxophone. His blend of rock, funk, skat singing, and jazz has been compared to the likes of Steely Dan and Jamiroquai. He has performed all over the East Coast, from Oswego to Chattanooga...
JONNY Hirsch Band featured in Casey Neistat's Youtube video:
With 1.5 million hits and counting, check out the Jonny Hirsch Band perfomring live at Washington Market Park in TriBeCa in a video by filmographer Casey Neistat
ALTAMONT FAIR MUSIC IS IN THE GROOVE AND OUT OF THE BOX - FROM JAZZ TO COUNTRY
The Altamont Enterprise
"ALTAMONT - When I was a kid, my parents took me to see artists like Ella Fitzgerald and Gerry Mulligan. As I got older, I got into a lot of rock 'n roll. In high school, I was working backstage for a lot of major concert venues in New York City, and I just grew into the job.
The Journal News
With sound, rhythm and harmony constantly in the air, musician Jonny Hirsch rocked Putnam Valley and the Putnam Valley Music Festival this past weekend...
LOCAL TALENT MAKING IT BIG
Putnam County News
Jonny Hirsch has established himself as one of New York's most exciting and upcoming solo artists. While packing venues like the Bitter End, Knitting Factory, and Webster Hall into the street, Jonyy's commanding stage presence and unique musical style has a fan base that is browing week by week. Fusing elements of rock, blues, funk and jazz with a powerful voice and a dynamic saxophone, the 25 year old singer/saxophone player has earned the respect and attention of many of New York City's concert goers and finest studio musicians . . . . .
PUTNAM VALLEY NATIVE FACES THE MUSIC
North County News
With sound, rythm and harmony constantly in the air, musician Jonny Hirch's job is to organize and manipulate it into music that can move people.
Former music teacher and principal of Putnam Valley Middle School Ed Hallisey says, "I'm very proud that he has continued one with his music. I have my own collection of his music. It's innovative, personal, with a lot of meaning. He's a great young man and he plugged away at this and now he's doing some nice clubs in the city and making it happen."
Jonny's voice and saxophone have since commanded the spotlight at some coveted venues in NYC with his fusion of rock, blues, funk, and jazz . . . .