Marc Cohn, singer-songwriter, pianist, and acoustic guitarist, is often named among the most personal, most introspective lyricists of his generation. His supple, velvety baritone and elegant piano-based arrangements frame shrewdly crafted songs ripe with pop touches, and lead his debut album, featuring the hit “Walking in Memphis,” to earn the 1991 Grammy for Best New Artist. Marc’s beautifully tasteful and intelligent songwriting have won him many fans among his fellow musicians, and his two following records, released in 1993 and 1998, feature backing vocals from such artists as Rosanne Cash, David Crosby, Graham Nash, and Bonnie Raitt.
Marc Cohn released "Live '04-'05", his fourth studio recording of eleven tracks conceived as a record with two sides, side B beginning with “Live Out the String.”
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