Jesse Cobb

Jesse Cobb has been playing the mandolin since around age 12 and has recorded on a long list of albums while living in Nashville, as well as being a founding member of The Infamous Stringdusters. He has shared the stage with mandolin heroes like Sam Bush, Dawg, Mike Marshall, Ronnie McCoury, Chris Thile and many others. With The Dusters, Jesse received a Grammy nomination in 2010 for his song Magic #9. He has also recorded on a Grammy winning project with Jim Lauderdale in 2008.

Jesse has taught music camps and workshops at festivals throughout the country including, Rockygrass Academy, Wintergrass, Grass Valley, Grand Targhee, and many others. He is currently at work on a mandolin improvisation course based on his own learning process. Jesse is also involved in a few new musical adventures and is working on material for his debut solo album coming later this year.