A Conversation with Kosi

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On her new album, Stranger in Every Town, vocalist Kosi draws from her experience traveling alone across the US as a singer/songwriter.

This albums features Kosi on vocals, Satish Robertson on trumpet, Brendon Biagi on tenor saxophone, Jason W. Marshall on baritone saxophone, Jeremy Aaron on violin, Jeff Young on guitar, John Lander on piano, Leo Smith on bass, Jarrett Walser on drums, Jimmy Lopez on percussions, Crystal Rhoney on background vocals, and Joe Davi on stomps and claps.

Join me and Kosi as we talk about the album, Pittsburgh, recording a songs she hates, and other connected but unrelated musical stuff.


  • Kosi "Like You" from Stranger in Every Town (Self-released) 00:00
  • Kosi "Stranger In Every Town" from Stranger in Every Town (Self-released) 13:02
  • Kosi "Worship" from Stranger in Every Town (Self-released) 36:05
  • Kosi "Here" from Stranger in Every Town (Self-released) 1:15:30

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