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Music and I were always inseparable. However, I didn't come to the trumpet until early adulthood. I started in June 2001, just 2 months shy of my 21st birthday. That move stands, to this day, as one of the most life altering, rewarding, and enriching decisions I've yet made.

My love affair with music began as a small child with all the wondrous sounds emanating from my grandma's turntable; she had all the finest in classical, gospel, jazz, r&b,classic soul & opera. The presence of a piano in the home and the natural aptitude I showed for it only solidified that bond, as did the presence of my mother, a gifted pianist/singer/songwriter.

I didn't aspire to grow up & become a musician or anything, but my love of music (and video games) did help me to cope with life as a child in a dysfunctional family, and it carried me through a less than savory adolescence


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A Conversation with Kosi

Read "A Conversation with Kosi" reviewed by Lorens Chuno

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 Marshall on baritone saxophone, Jeremy Aaron on violin, Jeff Young on guitar, John Lander on piano, ...


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