Singer/Songwriter MARC COHN is best known for his 1991 song “Walking in Memphis” from his debut album. He won a Grammy for Best New Artist that same year. In July Cohn released his newest album Listening Booth: 1970 featuring re-imagined classics from 1970.
As a child Cohn became hooked on pop music and this greatly influenced his later work. In 1995 Cohn wrote the song “My Great Escape” for the Peter Horton film The Cure. He released four subsequent albums.