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Adam Cohen on Bass

In a city where excellence and versatility are the benchmarks for any working bassist worth the gear in his gig bag, ADAM COHEN has carved out a healthy piece of the pie. On any given night in Los Angeles, Adam can be found on stage lending his solid and creative support to an array of artists covering a broad range of stylistic demands. His sensitive accompaniment and lyrical soloing has, in addition to making him a favorite among many artists and composers, put him in the spotlight as leader of his own band.

Indeed, Adam’s prowess on both the acoustic and 6-string electric bass has found him sharing stage & studio with the likes of Ernie Watts, Ray Charles, David Benoit, Renee Olstead, Rob Mullins, John Klemmer, Maxine Nightingale, MC Lyte, Phil Upchurch, Gregg Karukas, Tim Weisberg, Connie Stevens, Mark Isham, Grant Geissman, and Engelbert Humperdinck. As a recording artist, his playing and composing is showcased on his two albums – 1994’s Gig Bag and his brand new release, Ritual.