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Jake Ehrenreich is a musician, author, playwright and producer. He is host of The Jake Ehrenreich Show on JBSTV and curator of The Catskills Hall of Fame™. He has appeared on Broadway in Dancin', Barnum, and They're Playing Our Song, and toured
internationally as Ringo in Beatlemania. A Brooklyn-born child of Holocaust survivors, Jake is well known as star and creator of his musical memoir A Jew Grows in Brooklyn which broke box office records at the Lambs Theater in the heart of Broadway, and is also a best-selling book. NYC declared "A Jew Grows in Brooklyn Day" in 2012. He has performed and recorded with such diverse artists as Richie Havens, Greg Allman, Whitney Houston and Tito Puente. Jake is featured in the film The Last Laugh alongside Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner, and Making Light in Terezin. He is executive producer of the award-winning short film Welcome to Where You've Always Been. His literary writings appear in Summer Haven, The Catskills, The Holocaust and the Literary Imagination. Jake’s most recent CD, A Treasury of Jewish Christmas Songs,
with Oscar- and Grammy-winning pianist Roger Kellaway, was a Billboard top pick. Jake was awarded a Special Congressional Citation and was inducted into the Brooklyn Jewish Hall
of Fame in 2016.

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