News

Nov
4
LOVE WINS

Had the honor of playing "Here Comes the Sun", at my dear friend Meredith Salenger's wedding to Patton Oswalt this past weekend.  Beatle George is my favorite Beatle and I was amazed to learn afterwards that the porch I'm singing on in this picture was attached to what once was George Harrison's office.  That's Questlove in front of me, hopefully oblivious to my nerves.  An amazing night celebrating an amazing couple.  Photo by Jeff Vespa.

 

Music

Lived to Tell the Story
Come On It's Time to Go
Run Like I'm a River
Cigarettes
Kite
Ribbon

Videos

Come On, It's Time To Go
Hospital - Official

Work

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"Hospital", "Cigarettes" - Season 5

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"2 Way Street", "Lived to Tell the Story"

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French Exit

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"Hospital"

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"Come On It's Time to Go"

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"Second Chance"

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"Run Like I'm A River", "Daylight", "Madman"

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"Madman", "Ballerina in a Bullfight"

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"Lived To Tell the Story"

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Original song - end credits "Edge of Man" cowritten with Rod Lurie

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Stars & Curses

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Time is Now

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Truth Shines

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Homesick

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"The Distance"

About

 

 

 

Coby Brown is a composer, songwriter and recording artist based in Los Angeles.  


Recently, Coby completed the score for “The Man Who Knew Infinity” (dir. Matt Brown), a biopic of the Indian mathematical genius S. K. Ramanujan, starring Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel.   He also recently wrote the music for several episodes of the PBS SoCal documentary series “Angeleno” (dir. Peter Jones) as well as the score for Guns For Hire (dir. Katherine Brooks), an independent feature starring Jeffery Dean Morgan and Ben Mendelsohn.


He produced his latest full length record, French Exit, along with Will Golden (Meiko, Gomez). The album features a stellar band including guitarist David Immergluck (Counting Crows, Camper Van Beethoven) and new addition drummer Michael Jerome (Richard Thompson, John Cale).


His songs have appeared in films including "Nothing But the Truth",  “The River Why” and “Answers to Nothing", and songs from his record French Exit (2013) are featured on Showtime's Shameless and can be heard on the Counting Crows' 2012 covers album, Underwater Sunshine. 

  
He's working on a new record in Los Angeles.