Although David Bennett Cohen is best know for his innovative keyboard playing as a member of the ‘60s rock band, Country Joe and the Fish, he is an equally accomplished guitar player who has been involved in numerous music scenes throughout his long and varied career. He has played and/or recorded with many top artists, including The Blues Project, Mick Taylor, The Luther Tucker Blues Band, Elvin Bishop, Hubert Sumlin, Melvin Van Peebles, Happy and Artie Traum, Eric Andersen, Tim Hardin, Norton Buffalo, Jerry Miller, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Buddy Miles, John Cippolina, Huey Lewis, Michael Bloomfield, Bob Weir, John Kahn, Johnnie Johnson, Jimmy Vivino, Johnny B. Gayden, Sandra Feva and others.
David has played on Broadway in the hit show, “Rent,” and his distinctive piano style is featured on the Bill Perry Blues Band CD, “Crazy Kind of Life.” He is the author of numerous piano instruction books and videos for Homespun. In 2004 he toured nationally and overseas with Country Joe McDonald and other former members of his original hit band. David’s latest CD, "Cookin' with Cohen," is available on his web site, www.davidbennettcohen.com.
A professional blues artist gets you started playing funky blues and rock piano from basic rhythms to leads. This complete course provides all the instruction you need to really play the blues, boogie-woogie and rock 'n' roll piano - even if you are a nov
Get started playing authentic blues piano by ear! No music reading or previous piano experience is necessary. Within minutes youll be playing a shuffle rhythm in the bass and riffing on the treble notes.
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