Adam Blotner

Songwriter/Performer Adam Blotner (BMI, SAG-AFTRA, AEA) is known for his infectious original melodies and unique ability to parrot different styles, genres, and decades of music. Adam writes original music for film, TV, theater, and comedy. He’s the go-to guy for satirical songs, soundalikes, and comedy-driven content.

Adam grew up in San Diego where he attended the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts. He studied Film & TV at Boston University, where he continued to write and perform music. He trained in comedy at The Groundlings, Second City Chicago, UCB NY/LA, and The PIT. Adam is the creator of Pop Filter, a musical comedy act that satirizes pop music with original songs and characters. Pop Filter has appeared in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and New York International Fringe Festival, and has been recommended by the New York Times, New York Post, and New York Daily News. He has performed his 'fake bands' for audiences at Feinstein’s/54 Below, LA Comedy Festival, NYC Comedy Week, NY Funny Songs Festival, UCB NY/LA, The Comedy Store, The PIT, comedy clubs across the country, and rocked the STAPLES Center at an LA Kings Game. He has written, directed, and performed in musical viral videos that have appeared in the Huffington Post, Funny or Die, CAFE, Medium, and Broadway World, with over 14 million views. He released the album "Step to the Left: Country for Liberals" in 2018 and the song ‘I Love This Clinic’ was nominated for the International Songwriting Awards. He collaborates with his wife, Writer/Performer Jenny Pinzari, as comedy duo Adam & Jenny.

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PRAISE FOR WORKS BY ADAM BLOTNER

“Smart, keenly observed, and hilarious parody of the affectations of various types of music stars, ranging from bubble gum pop to country to rock. If you enjoy music and laughter, see this.” -Best NYC Comedy

“An all too brief jam session that hilariously lampoons a couple of decade’s worth of music…Mr. Blotner’s ability to parrot so many different styles of music in such a concentrated setting truly is impressive. Down to the smallest details, like the two-syllabled “yeah” in the chorus of Simon Never Said’s “Alone,” Mr. Blotner’s catalog amusingly zeroes in on things unique to each time period or type of music.” -Surreal Time Press

“Side-splitting musical satire...Well-written, insanely catchy tunes & hilarious characters. ☆☆☆☆ (4/5 Stars)” - FringeBiscuit

“Extremely silly and lots of fun…It’s a good time.” -Curtain Up

“Great crowd-pleasing ballads…It is really a fun time.” -NYTheatre.com

“You like: “Rock of Ages,” the hairband musical. Try: “Lollapacoacharoozastock Music Festival,” a rock concert spoof.” -New York Daily News

“Perfectly captured the genres they were spoofing…Would probably make Weird Al proud” -Pataphysical Science Theater Blog

“Lollapacoacharoozastock Music Festival celebrates everything we love to hate and hate to love...not unlike Broadway mainstay Rock of Ages…Lolla is a rock concert with lots of laughs.” – Maxamoo

"The resulting skit...is pretty damn funny. Trump: An American Musical serves as an entertaining testament to the craziest election season ever." - Medium.com

"A wonderful parody" - Huffington Post

"‘Trump: An American Musical’ is like a train wreck you can sing along to" - Huffington Post