Blue Fringe is an American Jewish rock band. The band's songs cover a range of genres including pop, rock, punk and R'n'B, based around Jewish themes[1]. Blue Fringe was formed in 2003 and has released three albums. The band has to date sold more than 20,000 copies of their first two albums combined.

The band has toured in South Africa, Australia, Israel, England and Canada, as well as every major urban market in the United States.[2]

Blue Fringe made its mark as an Orthodox band embracing the jam band concert scene. Criticism was leveled at the band as the crowd reactions of screaming girls were seen as inappropriate for the Orthodox Jewish lifestyle.


The band is comprised of 4 band members.

  • Dov Rosenblatt (guitarist, songwriter and vocalist)
  • Avi Hoffman (composer and lead guitarist)
  • Danny Zwillenberg (drummer)
  • Hayyim Danzig (bass)


  • My Awakening - (June 2003)
  • 70 Faces - (June 2005) [3]
  • The Whole World Lit Up - (December 2007)[4]


  1. Sing unto Him a song: Blue Fringe and Soulfarm The Jewish Press 7-28-04
  2. Jewish band moves off the fringe, Joseph Leichman, 06 December 2006. New Jersey Jewish Standard.
  3. Rock Of Ages, Liel Leibovitz, July 29, 2005 The Jewish Week
  4. Jewish Rock is Here y-net news
This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original article was at Blue Fringe. The list of authors can be seen in the page history.

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