Patrick Bamburak is a multifaceted talent, a veteran recording artist, touring musician, songwriter, producer, actor, and radio personality. His artistic journey encompasses diverse roles in the entertainment industry.
Recently, Patrick unveiled his second full-length solo album, “Digital,” on API Records, available on iTunes/Apple Music and Amazon. This follows his debut solo album, “Open Your Eyes,” released in 2018. A founding member of the late-1980s indie-rock band “bait-oven” (pronounced “Beethoven”), Patrick also contributed to the adult-contemporary band Funhaus.
As an on-air radio personality, Patrick hosts “Patrick Bamburak’s Night Music” on NEWHDNY, broadcasting Saturdays from 10 pm to Midnight Eastern on NEWHD New York Radio. His show is a fusion of musical exploration that captivates audiences.
Beyond music, Patrick’s diverse talents extend to television, where he appeared on the Travel Channel’s hit show “Mysteries at the Museum” in a special episode dedicated to the Lindbergh Kidnapping. His familial connection to the Lindbergh Kidnapping Trial, through great-granduncle New Jersey Governor Harold Hoffman, adds a historical layer to Patrick’s pursuits. Currently involved in developing a book and television series related to the crime, Patrick brings a personal connection to this infamous chapter in history.
Outside the entertainment realm, Patrick is a notable contributing writer for Black Belt Magazine, an iconic publication in the martial arts world. His extensive coverage includes numerous cover stories and interviews with top stars and champions of the UFC, showcasing yet another facet of his diverse and accomplished career. Patrick Bamburak stands as a testament to the boundless creativity and passion that defines his presence across various realms of the entertainment landscape.