Spotlight: Jeff Harnar, Appearing March 4

February 19, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Jeff Harnar is one of the 10 past Bistro Award winners who will be at the 30th annual gala March 4th.
Beginning his career at age 10 as a television jingle-singer, Harnar replaced clients Mattel and Kentucky Fried Chicken with Noel Coward and Cole Porter, two of the American Songbook composers he has made his own. He has became what Stephen Holden called “the most important male cabaret performer since Michael Feinstein”
Harnar is a three-time winner of Bistro Awards (for Outstanding Newcomer, Vocalist & Show)

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