In The Round with Jeff Cohen, Katelyn Clampett and Friends
The Bluebird Cafe
Wed, Oct 24 6:00 pm
Jeff Cohen: Jeff Cohen is an American songwriter, producer, and publisher. He is also known for his founding role in Pancho’s Lament. Cohen is also known as Pancho’s Lament, which he founded to play concerts once a year on his birthday. He brought on friend and drummer Pete DeMeo as a co-member, and over the years, they have performed together on special, but rare occasions. Cohen’s first big break came when he landed the theme song on the WB show Jack and Jill. The track, "Truth About Romeo", was written and recorded for the debut self-titled Pancho’s Lament album, released in late 1999/early 2000. Pancho’s Lament’s sophomore album, Leaving Town Alive, was released in early 2003. The band did a limited unreleased pressing of a third album called Three Sides to Every Story in 2008. There are still plans to release a fourth album. Cohen also co-wrote and produced an album in 2007 with Chris Barron of the Spin Doctors, called Pancho and the Kid. Katelyn Clampett: Raised in North Carolina, Katelyn Clampett is a young artist, songwriter and producer who has been making a name for herself on both the East and West coasts. At just the age of 17, Katelyn won a Songwriting and Vocal scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music. In 2008, she won the “Performer/Songwriter Showcase” and the “Songwriting Competition” at Berklee College of Music, and was even nominated by the Berklee Songwriting Faculty to work with Paul Simon.