Ariel Publicity / Cyber PR – Featured Artist: Jeremy Schonfeld

By on December 2, 2011

Featured Artist
Jeremy Schonfeld
Genre: Rock, SingerSongwriter, Theater, Pop

Singer/songwriter/composer/lyricist Jeremy

  Schonfeld’s compositions have won numerous awards and been performed in front of captivated crowds but his latest project ‘Iron & Coal’ is Jeremy’s biggest project yet. Listeners are invited on a lyrically personal ride that includes musical styling ranging from rock to full orchestral sounds.

‘Iron & Coal’ tells the amazing story of his Father an Auschwitz survivor and his life after the war. He also describes the influences this has for his son and how he is confronted with his father’s past. In his amazing album Jeremy turns his father’s book into a beautiful album. “I created this album as a tribute to my father, my grandparents, and to all of those who survived the Holocaust and their children who grew up living beneath the shadows of those horrific experiences,” says Jeremy.

The singer/songwriter concept album is not a new undertaking for Jeremy, his Drift album was translated into a production as a benefit concert at BB Kings in New York City starring Adam Pascal, Julia Murney, Terrence Mann, Jarrod Emick, and Adam Kantor, among others. It garnered Schonfeld several “Best of…” honors including “Best Show of 2009” from Triangle Arts & Entertainment, and “Best Original Music” from Indy Week.

As a major name in the musical theater scene he has contributed to numerous amazing shows. He produced the successful show “Kissing Frogs”, which became the best-selling show in Bloomington Playwright Projects for 31 years! Jeremy also has done several projects such as “Ministry of Progress” as composer/lyricist and “Letters to Katrina” as contributing songwriter and performer, and a founding composer/lyricist for the A-Train Musicals. Jeremy is also very active as the Music Director and guest performer for The Broadway Dreams Foundation events around the country.

Iron & Coal is now available for purchase just in time for the holidays! Head over to to get your copy today.

Featured Video: Jeremy Schonfeld: Lu Y’hi/Let It Be @ The 2009 Maccabi Games at Madison Square Garden, NYC.


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.