Adam Cohen (born September 18, 1972) is a Canadian singer-songwriter.
He had taught himself to play guitar, drums and piano by age 12.
As a young adult he moved to New York and performed in a number of rock group during the early ’90s. He moved to Los Angeles in 1996 to focus on his music career, and he was signed to a record label in 1997. His debut album hit the market in July of 1998.
Several years later, Cohen recorded a French-language album, released on Capitol in 2004 as Mélancolista. He also formed a band, Low Millions. Cohen returned as a solo artist in 2011 with his fourth album. It performed better commercially than any of his previous work. After a long tour, he began work on a follow-up. We Go Home appeared in September of 2014.