Singer songwriter Adam Cohen will head to UK shores this November for a series of intimate shows. With what will be his first ever UK tour, the son of legendary poet-balladeer Leonard Cohen, Adam Cohen will showcase his unique and distinctive voice that has made him a success in his own right.

Tickets go on sale on Thursday 1st September through

Tour dates November 2011:

Sunday 6, Bristol, Thekla
Monday 7, Manchester, Band On The Wall
Tuesday 8, Birmingham, Glee Club
Wednesday 9, Glasgow, Oran Mor
Friday 11, Liverpool, Stanley Theatre
Saturday 12, Norwich, UEA
Sunday 13, London, Bush Hall
Monday 14, Brighton, Komedia

Born in Montreal, Canada in 1972 to Leonard Cohen and his then-wife Suzanne Elrod, Adam grew up with music in his veins. Having been surrounded by instruments, he soon taught himself to play the drums, piano and guitar and immersed himself in the sounds of Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Randy Newman and Bob Marley. At 17, while roadying for a calypso band, Adam was involved in a near fatal road accident suffering from numerous injuries. He stayed in hospital for seven months with his father attending his bedside daily during his most helpless months. Having recovered, Adam spent two years studying for a BA in Political and Social sciences at Syracuse University in upstate New York before dropping out. It was during this time that Adam Cohen steered his way back to the road he was destined to take; music.

His musical career began when he was signed by Columbia Records achieving success as a songwriter for other artists including Bette Midler. His debut self-titled album in 1998 was hailed by The New York Times as 'a promising beginning' making a splash on mainstream radio and MTV - spawning the track 'Cry Ophelia'. As a talented multilingual, Adam went on to release his French Language album 'Melancolista' on which he enlisted the vocals of French actress Virginie Ledoyen. A few years later Adam joined four piece California rock band Low Millions whose album Ex-Girlfriends referenced some of Adams real-life former girlfriends. After a number of hits and touring the world, Adam Cohen had completed the 'final phase' in his 'true education in music'.

In 2007 Adam Cohen came into his own when he took to the stage in Barcelona and for the first time sang one of his father's songs - the classic 'Take This Waltz' - in Spanish. Such was the success, Adam's latest offering 'Like A Man' is an intimate, romantic yet shrewdly reflective plain speaking album that evokes something of his father just as in any child you can discern the echo of the parent.

With his first shows on UK soil this November, Adam Cohen will step out of his father's shadow and live up to his legacy.