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Dov Rosenblatt was born on 1981 in Baltimore, MD. Discover Dov Rosenblatt's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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Rosenblatt teaches a course called "Understanding Tefillah Through Songwriting" at Shalhevet High School and New Community Jewish High School. In May 2016, he appeared in a video with actress Reese Witherspoon celebrating the one-year anniversary of her Draper James clothing line.


In 2012, Rosenblatt formed Distant Cousins with Duvid Swirsky of Moshav and Ami Kozak. The group's self-titled debut EP was released in 2014. Their music has appeared in the film This Is Where I Leave You (2014); in the shows Graceland, Criminal Minds, and Reign; and in commercials for Lift and Macy's.


Rosenblatt and Lanzbom briefly collaborated as Fools for April, recording an album together called The Voice is Inside (2009). A single from the album, "Run, Run, Run", received a music video directed by David Schlussel.

While touring with Fools for April, Rosenblatt met singer-songwriter Talia Osteen, with whom he formed the folk rock duo The Wellspring in 2009. They recorded three EPs and a full-length album, The Girl Who Cried Sheep (2014), produced by Eric Rosse. Music from the band has appeared on the shows House, Cougar Town, and Orange Is the New Black, and in the films Coffee Town (2013) and Slow Learners (2015).


While at Yeshiva University, Rosenblatt was invited to perform at a Jewish event at the University of Pennsylvania and recruited three of his classmates, Avi Hoffman, Danny Zwillenberg, and Hayyim Danzing, as backing musicians. The four subsequently became a full-time band under the name Blue Fringe. Under this name, the group released three albums, My Awakening (2003), 70 Faces (2005), and The Whole World Lit Up (2007), the latter produced by C Lanzbom of Soulfarm.


Dov Rosenblatt (born 1981) is an American singer, songwriter, producer, composer, and teacher. Currently based in Los Angeles, California, he is best known as the lead singer of the Jewish rock band Blue Fringe, who were credited along with Moshav and Soulfarm with advancing Jewish rock in the early 2000s. He has also been a member of the indie rock bands Fools for April (with C Lanzbom), The Wellspring (with Talia Osteen), and Distant Cousins (with Duvid Swirsky and Ami Kozak). His music has appeared in several films, television shows, and advertisements.

Dov Rosenblatt was born in 1981 and grew up in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the son of Gary Rosenblatt, editor and publisher of The Jewish Week. His grandfather was the rabbi of a shul in Annapolis. Rosenblatt studied music and psychology at Yeshiva University.