Marc Craig Cohn born on July 5th, the year 1959 is an American folk rock singer-songwriter and musician. He is well famous for his song "Walking in Memphis" from his eponymous year 1991 album called Marc Cohn. He has charted 4 other studio albums till now: The Rainy Season (in year 1993), Burning the Daze (the year 1998), Join The Parade (the year 2007), and Listening Booth: 1970 (in the year 2010). Cohn wrote the song named "My Great Escape" for the the year 1995 Peter Horton film ‘The Cure’.
Though, the song, which was played during the opening series, was not shown on the film's Dave Grusin soundtrack album. In the year 1987, Cohn released 2 songs ("One Rock and Roll Too Many" and "Pumping Iron") on the Phil Ramone-produced concept album of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Starlight Express, ‘Music and Songs from Starlight Express’. Cohn's fresh album called ‘Listening Booth: 1970’ introduction date July 20th, 2010 is a collection of covers from the year 1970. Cohn was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He became a graduate from Beachwood High School in Beachwood, a Cleveland suburb. He then went to the Oberlin College. He is married to ABC News journalist called Elizabeth Vargas, whom he met at the year 1999 U.S. Open after being introduced by Andre Agassi.