Michael Witzer

Michael Witzer

 Huntington Station, New York, USA


A recent honors graduate of NYU's unrivaled and prestigious Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music, Michael is an award winning songwriter, lyricist, performer, recording engineer and producer. He has composed music for film,TV, advertising and interactive media.

The 22 year old native New Yorker is a seasoned performer who feels right at home in front of a big audience. In fact, he started his stage work at the age of 9 in Manhattan. He has appeared on numerous national and local television shows including GOOD MORNING AMERICA, VH1, NICKELODEON, INSIDE EDITION, NYC KIDS TALK RADIO, WB11, to name a few. You can also read about him in NEWSDAY, THE NEW YORK TIMES, THE NEW YORK POSTand a feature article in NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WORLD. He has done numerous benefits such as A CURE FOR CANCER, STARLIGHT-STARBRIGHT FOUNDATION, HABITAT FOR HUMANITY and a sold out Weststock Benefit to help the crisis in DARFUR. He has performed at well known venues such as EDDIES ATTIC in Georgia, THE HANDLEBAR in South Carolina and can often be found playing his tunes at THE BITTER END in NYC.

What people are saying:
JASON BLUME, who is one of the few songwriters to ever achieve the distinction of having his songs on BILLBOARDS Pop, R&B, and Country charts - - all at the same time, with his songs recorded by pop superstars Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys, and Jesse McCartney, Blume's songs are included on albums that have sold more than 50 million copies! Jason told a 17 year old Michael, "YOU'RE A TALENTED WRITER AND ARTIST WITH A DISTINCTIVE VOICE. I WISH I HAD YOUR TALENT WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE! AMAZING..."

DAVID DIRCKS, host of AcousticLI, the nations No.1 acoustic podcast: "Our youngest performer ever, Mike is a multi-talented singer/songwriter who taps into a wisdom beyond his physical years. He is a solid songwriter who just happens to have a great voice, just happens to be a fluent guitarist and just happens to be a seasoned drummer and percussionist. Is there anything this boy cant do?"