Nightclub singer Jeff Harnar emerged within the 1990s seeing that what THE BRAND NEW York Moments called “the main new man cabaret performer since Michael Feinstein.” A two-time champion from the Manhattan Association of Cabaret (Macintosh) Award as Greatest Man Vocalist, he also gained the Backstage Bistro Award 3 x. In NY, he made an appearance in such esteemed clubs because the Algongquin, the Café Carlyle, and Rainbow & Superstars, and he also performed throughout the U.S. and in European countries. He starred within the PBS-TV special deals The 1959 Broadway Songbook please remember: Music of the holiday season. Harnar’s recordings possess, generally, been audio representations from the successive nightclub works he has come up with. His first record, The 1959 Broadway Songbook, was documented in 1991 and released in 1995 by Primary Cast Records. Due to You: Fifties Silver was released by Varèse Sarabande Information in 1997 (and reissued by First Ensemble in 2002). His third record noted his tribute present to lyricist Sammy Cahn, Sammy Cahn: Completely; Jerome Information released it in 2001. In 2005, PS Classics released Dance at night, a assortment of criteria from the fantastic American Songbook which Harner was along with a little orchestra.