Marc Cohn

Marc Cohn (born July 5, 1959 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a Grammy-award winning American singer-songwriter, best known for his song "Walking in Memphis" (often misattributed to Bruce Springsteen or Michael Bolton) from his self-titled 1991 album Marc Cohn. According to the Walking In Memphis Songfacts, Cohn was discovered by Carly Simon in the mid-'80s when he was with a 14-piece band called The Supreme Court. Atlantic Records signed him in 1989, but Read more on
Listening Booth: 1970
Wild World
Look at Me
Maybe I'm Amazed
Make It with You
The Letter
The Only Living Boy in New York
After Midnight
The Tears of a Clown
No Matter What
New Speedway Boogie
Into the Mystic
Long as I Can See the Light
Join the Parade
The Calling (Charlie Christian's Tune)
Dance Back From the Grave
If I Were an Angel
Let Me Be Your Witness
Live Out the String
Giving Up the Ghost
Join the Parade
My Sanctuary
Life Goes On
Marc Cohn Live: Limited Edition EP
Ghost Train
Perfect Love
Paper Walls
The Rainy Season
True Companion
One Safe Place
The Rainy Season
Rest for the Weary
The Rainy Season
Mama's in the Moon
Don't Talk to Her at Night
Paper Walls
From the Station
Medicine Man
Baby King
She's Becoming Gold
The Things We've Handed Down
marc cohn
Walking in Memphis
Ghost Train
Silver Thunderbird
Dig Down Deep
Walk on Water
Miles Away
Saving the Best for Last
29 Ways
Perfect Love
Right on Time
Another Lullaby