About Aaron Bisman

Aaron Bisman is President & CEO of JDub.  He graduated from NYU's Music Business program and is a recipient of the Joshua Venture Fellowship.  Aaron is a cocreator of the Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists, a DJ, and an excellent procrastinator.  He lives in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, with his wife and their super cute son.

JDub Is The Selector: The Greatest Debbie Friedman Cover Band Ever

By November 12, 2010

Got to be honest, I was never a huge Debbie Friedman fan as a kid. And that’s because in the Reform vs. Conservative movement’s musical throwdown, I was squarely on the side of my man Craig Taubman, he of “Friday … Read More

General Jews & Assembled Lions: What You Didn’t Miss In New Orleans

By November 11, 2010

Since these protesters, protest-lovers, and grouches have already filled you in on the pronouncements, arguments, and hours of service, I thought I’d try to give you a different angle in. Read More

JDub Is The Selector: New Orleans Beat Box

By November 1, 2010

New Orleans bounce, Klezmer, Hip hop, and Balkan DJ crew, Gypsyphonic Disco drop a new mix. Read More

Grover’s Jewish Backround Exposed On New Shalom Sesame Shirts

By October 28, 2010

Before I became a parent, my Muppet obsession was kept well in check.  It all changed when we put on Bert & Ernie Sing-along (one of the greatest recordings of the 1970’s), and my son Asher discovered his love for … Read More

Mr. Bisman Goes to Washington: The CEO of JDub reflects on a Visit to the White House

By May 28, 2010

I was invited to the White House yesterday for Jewish American Heritage Month, and I was giddy.  This was actually my second White House invitation.  The first came when we were invited with Matisyahu to the 2005 Hanukkah party.  While … Read More

Iran, My Friend Marla, and $13 Million

By January 22, 2010

I re-met Marla Bennett at Pardes in 2001.  We knew each other through friends as teenagers, but developed a relationship and shared a tight social circle during my Junior Year abroad in Jerusalem.  After she and fellow Pardes-nik (and DJ) … Read More

Can Phish Tell You How To Get To Sesame Street?

By October 21, 2009

Last week I received a piece of fascinating Muppet news:  Sesame Street and Phish share genes. Turnsout Trey’s dad, Ernie Anastasio, worked at PBS when Sesame Street wasbeing created and he served as the inspiration for Ernie of Ernie &Bert. … Read More

Top Chef, Top Scallop

By August 21, 2009

I like food.  A lot.  Since my son’s initial appearance, my wife Amanda has been watching an intense amount of Food Network (great to watch in short bursts, when you don’t have the time or energy for a full show … Read More