BILLBOARD MAGAZINE - COHEN RETURNS: Steve Cohen, one of our favorite unsigned artist's latest disc 'Crazy' has elevated him to a higher commercial level. This new collection shows Cohen further exploring piano-driven pop a la 70's-era Elton John and Billy Joel -- with a healthy dash of Ben Folds Five for good measure. Cohen's gravelly voice has taken on a more convincing, worldly tone, which lends considerable depth to his songs. Cohen has a nice knack for crafting taut melodies that linger in the mind. His true calling card is his ability to weave a tale that has both a vivid cinematic bent and an intense emotional undertow. Cohen plays clubs in Philadelphia hoping to spark much deserved distribution and publishing interest. An A&R exec with a little vision could find a gold mine in these songs. For more information email Cohen at KeysCohen@aol.com. SONGWRITERS MONTHLY - The rawness in Steve's voice hypes up the honesty factor. As a result, you feel very close when he sings his insightful songs of life and love. The songs are also constructed so well that you don't even have to look to know the title. PHILDADELPHIA CITY PAPER - Best underexposed potential pop star...Steve Cohen. - Philadelphia City Paper Choice Awards - Wrapping his warm, rag-edged voice and power-chord keyboards around disarmingly open-hearted lyrics, Cohen's niche-transcending music deserves a broad audience. He's both affable and charismatic as a performer.
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