Drew Jacobs
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Drew Jacobs

Latham, New York, United States

Latham, New York, United States
Solo Rock Comedy


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"In Tune with Drew Jacobs"

Did you read about the boy who dreamed of being in a musical comedy and became one? Well, except for the name and a few other changes, you could talk about Drew Jacobs. The story’s the same one. (My apologies to Neil Diamond.) - hudson-rambler.blogspot.com

""I'm Allergic To My Job!" Review"


"Jacobs sure knows how to write and sing a funny song and tell an interesting story while doing it. There is no way you can’t totally enjoy this funny song CD. " www.theseriouscomedysite.com
- www.theseriouscomedysite.com

"Emailed Audience Reaction to Live Shows"

"Honestly Drew, the humor was awesome. We laughed hard and loved it."-Mike and Julie Rider
- Mike and Julie Rider

"Dr. Demento Note"

"Hey Drew, Thanks for the Tunes!" - drdemento.com

"Les Paul Comment"

"Keep Pickin', Drew!"- Les Paul - Self Published

"NECMA Songwriters Workshop"

Printed 4/27/07
Drew Jacobs is about to put out an album he wanted to call "Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing" He's one of the featured singer/songwriters who, along with Adams, will perform at the Songwriters Showcase Sunday. Jacobs had performed years ago in several local groups including an oldies band called Surprise Package but had confined his songwriting to solitary sessions creating music he never expected anyone else to hear. Then, he began attending Northeast CMA's twice-a-month open jams at Yours nightclub on Barrett St. in Schenectady. Soon, he found himself
singing his songs in front of an appreciative audience of like-minded
amateurs. "The more I played out, the more I got a charge out of
somebody coming up to me saying, 'Hey, that was really funny,' or, 'That
was a good song,' or, 'I enjoyed that one,' or whatever they may say.
So, it just started festering itself for lack of better term." Jacobs' "festering" led to three of his songs being featured on the nationally syndicated Dr. Demento radio program: "Santa Claus Is Coming to Rock You," (a play on Queen's "We Will Rock You" and "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"), "Rudolph's on Steroids" and "Where Are All The Songs about Chanukah."
- Don Wilcock-The Troy Record

"Comments from Steve Goodman Biographer"

"'Fortune Cookie' has clever twists throughout. I could see Goodman performing this."

"'Half a Song' is just wonderful, very Goodman-like, with a perfect and inevitable punch line."

"'Garage Sale' is a perfect boomer lament/celebration."

"Love the uke, tuba and muted trumpet on 'Help Me, I'm Drowning.' This song has Nilsson all over it. He must be a huge influence."

"I hear John Prine in 'Grampa's Ponytail.' Any song that tells a vivid story is a keeper, far as I'm concerned."
- Clay Eels

"Local CD Music Roundup"

"Latham singer-songwriter Drew Jacobs calls himself an "acoustic humorist." And with such songs as "You Never Heard Me Play My Guitar," "My Bad," and "Fortune Cookie," his new CD "Easy Listening For The Hard Of Hearing" certainly delivers some chuckles. - Greg Haymes, Albany Times Union-12/6/07

""I'm Allergic To My Job" CD Review"

"The Production on 'Allergic' is first rate, with the the varying song styles one might expect on a record populated by titles like "Wives for Dummies," There's A Problem in Your Pants," and "Rudolph's On Steroids." And as noted, Jacobs has a knack for honing in on the funny aspects of everyday life." - Michael Eck- Albany Times Union

"Latham Man Shines In Austin At SxSW"

"A terrific performance to like minded baby-boomers........" - The Colonie Spotlight

"A noteworthy year"

A noteworthy year
Plenty of performances, new CDs were music to our ears in 2006

First published: Thursday, December 28, 2006
Congrats are in order: To local singer-songwriter Drew Jacobs, who has been garnering airplay for "Where Are All the Songs About Chanukah?" (credited to Drew Jacobs and His Nice Jewish Boys) and "Rudolph's on Steroids" (by Drew Jacobs and Swingbatter) on the nationally syndicated "Dr. Demento Radio Show" (heard at 10 p.m. Sundays on WPYX-FM) this holiday season. - Greg Haymes-Albany Times Union

"Professional Reference"

"He's a Northeastern "Jimmy Buffet"- Bill Graham, Northeast Country Music Association
- Bill Graham


Still working on that hot first release.



Drew has received airplay on local and national radio, and since 2007 on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio's "Laugh USA."
Since 2001, on "Dr. Demento Radio Show."
NEW CD- "I'm Allergic To My Job" award-winning title cut:
2010- 1st Prize USA Songwriting Competition- Comedy/Novelty Category
2011-12- Finalist USA Songwriting Competition
"I'm Allergic To My Job!"- named top 10 CD of 2012 by theseriouscomedysite.com

Performance Highlights include:
2011- Songwriter Showcase SxSW Austin, TX
2011-12-NERFA Showcases
2012-13-Huntington Folk Festival
2012-13- Hudson Music Fest
2011- Greg Aidala's Brew Ha- Ha Comedy Showcase Featured Performer
2011-Rock and Roll Expo with Tommy James, Starz and Imagining Lennon
2009-2012- Select Performer, Hudson Valley Songfest
2010-13-Songwriter Showcase performer, SSCape May
2009/2012- 30-minute interview/performance featured on Crumbs Cafe on WEXT 97.7 FM
2009-"Behind the Open Mic- Youtube video interview
2009- Altamont Fair featured Performer
2006-2008 -Featured Artist at the NECMA Songwriter's Festival/ Workshops,

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