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Pancho's Lament

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New York, United States (2000 – present)

Pancho’s Lament is the alter-ego of New York based songwriter/producer Jeff Cohen. Founded originally to play concerts on his birthday in the mid 90’s and in late 1999/early 2000 released a collection of songs which became known as the “Pancho’s Lament” cd featuring the multi-talented and wise Pete DeMeo. The second Pancho’s Lament album, titled “Leaving Town Alive”, was released in limited pressing in early 2003 and the final version officially released in February of 2004. The third “yet-to-be-titled” Pancho’s Lament cd will released in August/September 2005.

As a songwriter, Jeff co-wrote the top 5 hit “Crazy For This Girl” for Evan and Jaron” (Sony/Columbia), the top 15 country hit “Holy Water” for Big and Rich (Warner Nashville) which also shot to # 1 on the CMT and GAC video charts plus songs by Ronan Tynan (Universal/Decca), Teitur (Universal - 5 songs on debut album), Spin Doctors (2 songs on the upcoming summer release), Nick Lachey, Chris Barron, the multi-platinum Spanish artist Luz Casal (EMI), multi-platinum Australian artist Christine Anu (Mushroom) and multi-platinum German artist Harmut Engler (EMI) to name a few. Songs have also appeared on many compilations including “Dawson’s Creek” Vol #2”, “Now 6”, and “Kidz Bop”.

Jeff’s first break arrived when the Pancho’s Lament song “Truth About Romeo” became the theme for the WB Network show “Jack and Jill”. Luckily, the good people involved with the show went on to use many Pancho’s Lament songs which led to more being featured on shows such as “Dawson’s Creek”, “Party of Five”, “Ed”, “Roswell”, “Reba”, “Smallville”, “Who Wants To Marry My Dad”, “Once and Again” and others.

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