Charlie Cobb
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Charlie Cobb

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"CD Review - Sparkle album"

With quick fingers, Charlie Cobb has developed an album Sparkle that brings to life acoustic guitars, a keyboard
and harmonous vocals. With the featured song Sparkle, Cobb paints a visual picture with music. Just listening to
his composition of the music you can tell the natural talent that Cobb possesses. If you like the guitar strums of James Taylor
and country vibe of John Denver then you will LOVE Charlie Cobb. By incorporating different instruments throughout the
album Sparkle Cobb keeps the album diverse and melodic. With the calming sounds of Day Break you can actually visualize the
sun coming up over the hillsides of Kentucky. Cobb is truly an artist in multiple ways, bringing music to life through his words
and multi-range musical talents. Stacie Skinner "Product Manager for" Louisville, Ky - Stacie Skinner


The Sparkle album is a collection of original songs plus instrumental scores. The Sparkle album is available from more than 50 digital download stores worldwide.



Charlie was born in Mobile, Al. His family and friends know him as Jimmy, but in the world of music he goes by his middle name Charlie. In 1973 Charlie left Mobile to pursue a career in photography with Olan Mills Studios traveling town to town state to state making portraits for families. Some locations he photographed in had a piano on site. Places like the VFW, American Legion and some Holiday Inn's were popular for this. (Charlie fell in love with the piano when his parents brought a Story & Clark home when he was a kid.) He would get to location early and leave late if he had the opportunity to sit down and pick on the piano and after 18 years Charlie developed his own style of music. Charlie made the decision to leave his career and pursue his interest in music with fair success. He has written over 100 songs and more than 100 instrumental compositions. During the 90's, he spent three years working in a recording studio as a studio musician and recording engineer working with local and national recording artist and learning alot or should I say "taking it all in".