As Cobb says it: "My mom made me play that accordion until one arm was twice as
strong as the other." When he finally realized this, he switched to organ and
guitar, which were already in his home since his father played quite a few
instruments. He started his own group at the age of ten, which continued
throughout high school. The day he could legally drive, he took off to find good
musicians in central Philadelphia and joined a band that eventually turned into
"Rock Island" where he found a fair amount of success and learned a tremendous
amount about the music business.
Cobb studied Piano and 18th & 19th Century Music Theory and Composition at Combs
College of Music in Philadelphia and Film Music at UCLA Film School in Los
Angeles. Cobb is currently based in El Paso, TX and stays busy in his state of
the art studio producing, orchestrating, and recording music for varied
You can hear his music on HBO, History Channel, ESPN, Discovery Channel, and on
a variety of national TV station news buffers. He has been the composer on many
documentaries and films including "I Don't Buy Kisses Anymore" - Winner, "Top
Applause Award", Santa Clarity International Film Festival starring Jason
Alexander and Nia Peeples, "Eye of the Storm" - Winner - "Angel Award" starring
Connie Sellecca and Jeff Conaway, and "An Empire Conquered" starring Joseph
Campanella. He also arranged and produced "Rude Dude" and "This Isn't Love
Anymore" for Tony Guerrero's #9 charting album "Another Day, Another Dream."
Other projects include trailer music for "The Muppets" and "State of Play,"
starring Russell Crowe and Ben Affleck. Currently, Cobb has music on The Late
Show with David Letterman, The Price is Right, The Young and the Restless, Two
and a Half Men, CSI:NY, CBS News Sunday Morning, The Mentalist, NFL Football,
Cobb has two CDs available: "Breath of Life" and "Nebula."
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