guitarist. bass player.
songwriter. md. earthling.

Born and raised in Berlin, Lars Cölln grew up with a variety of multicultural influences.
In the meantime, he lives in Germany’s second biggest music city Hamburg and fusions both cities’ spirits in his playing.
He started out on the drums at the age of 8 and switched to guitar at 13, keeping rhythm as his main approach and Stewart Copeland’s hihat in his heart.
Fluent in many musical languages, he is revealing an individual accent while always listening to what a song might need. (In fact, listening might be one of his key skills). Lars is said to have meditated the sentence “Funk is what you don’t play” (Fred Wesley) for two years in the mountains.
He is a highly demanded studio guitarist and bassist as well as an internationally touring sideman, yet a humble player with abundant love for music.