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Dave Cobb Receives American Master Award From Berklee College of Music

Berklee presented an American Master Award to Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb on Monday, March 19 as part of the college’s 33rd annual Nashville student trip. A native of Savannah, Georgia, Cobb has made some of the most respected and critically acclaimed albums to come out of Music City, including Chris Stapleton’s Traveller, Jason Isbell’s Southeastern and Something More Than Free, and Sturgill Simpson’s Metamodern Sounds in Country Music.

The award was presented at Warner Music Nashville in front of over 120 Berklee students and other invited guests. After the ceremony, Cobb gave the students a tour of his studio, the famed RCA Studio A, and answered questions about his process.
“Dave Cobb is the consummate American record producer,” Stephen Webber, executive director, BerkleeNYC, who presented the award. “His body of work is as important as it is diverse, and his commitment to the emotional integrity of each song serves as an inspiration to us all.”

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