Known ForArtist/Band, Sound, Writing
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, Alec Berlin moved to New York City twenty-five years ago after completing a Masters Degree in Jazz Performance at Boston’s New England Conservatory.
Berlin’s New York gigging life began to pick up steam, and before too long he landed on Broadway, playing in Green Day’s American Idiot. He has since shared stages with Elton John, James Taylor, Ben Folds, Kenny Wheeler, and Rufus Wainwright; has
performed in dozens of Broadway shows including Rent, Wicked, The Lion King, and Bright Star (written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell); and has appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and Good
Since 2017, Berlin has been playing in Come From Away, including in the film version currently streaming on Apple TV+. He released his debut record, a collection of original jazz called Crossing Paths, in 2000, and followed up with a pair of vocal-based pop and rock records – Beauty, Grazing at the Trough in 2007, and Innocent Explanations in 2012.
Space Punk and Other Junk is his fourth release under his name.
|1||Alec Berlin-Minir Maad as||2022|
|2||Alec Berlin-Patchen Avenue as||2022|
|3||Alec Berlin-LaNoise as||2023|
|4||Alec Berlin – Beat Confabulator (All Night on the Floor) as||2023|
|5||Alec Berlin – Man’s Best Friend as||2023|
|6||Alec Berlin – Space Punk and Other Junk as||2023|
|1||Alec Berlin-Minir Maad as||1970|
|2||Alec Berlin-Patchen Avenue as||1970|
|3||Alec Berlin-LaNoise as||1970|
|4||Alec Berlin – Beat Confabulator (All Night on the Floor) as||1970|
|5||Alec Berlin – Man’s Best Friend as||1970|
|6||Alec Berlin – Space Punk and Other Junk as||1970|