Sometimes incredibly talented musicians go almost completely unrecognized in the music industry. Adam Cohen is one of them.
The Canadian singer-songwriter gave a concert at Union Chapel in London on Wednesday, 29 February.
Scott McFarnon, a Grammy and Golden Globe nominated musician, was his support act.
Born in Montreal, Canada in 1972 to musician Leonard Cohen, Adam grew up surrounded by music. He taught himself to play the drums, piano and guitar at an early age.
At his Union Chapel performance, he moved the audience with his folk-inspired songs from his four albums, like ‘What other Guy’ and ‘Matchbox’.
In 2011 he released ‘Like A Man’, which pays homage to his father.
His music is intimate and deeply romantic. On stage, charming Cohen flirted with the audience and told jokes about his band members. He is a highly talented and gifted musician.