Interviews

Soul and Jazz and Funk: Pinch Yourself!

Blue-in-Green:PODCAST

Interview with Chris Clay, Soul Cafe Radio

Kathy Kosins: Behind the Beats, Smooth Jazz Network

Robert Elms show, BBC Radio London

Gary Spence Sweet Rhythm Chart Show, Solar Radio, London

Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey, Blog Talk Radio

Ann Delisi for WDET: Detroit Jazz/Soul Singer, Kathy Kosins New Album “Uncovered Soul” Reaches European Audiences

Mark “Deadly” Smedly

Malvin Massey, WUMR Focus on the Arts

Andrea Stick, WGLT

The Space Between

“She thinks like a musician” is one of the finest compliments you can give a jazz vocalist, and Detroit native Kathy Kosins is often at the tail end of that comment. In the 80s Kosins worked with legendary producer Don Was, among others, and later toured with Was/Not Was. Though jazz was always a part of her musical tastes, it was in the early 90s when she fell hard for jazz, and hasn’t looked back. Her latest CD release on Resonance Records is titled “To The Lades Of Cool”…

To The Ladies Of Cool

Larissa Hale, WJSU

Hans Ahlström, WNMU

WNMU: Interview with singer Kathy Kosins

Chris Cooke, KIOS

Jazz in the Afternoon host Chris Cooke interviews Kathy Kosins, veteran jazz vocalist. Her new recording, To The Ladies of Cool, is a toast to four of the most important vocalists in jazz, Chris Connor, Anita O’Day, June Christy and Julie London. In a wide-ranging interview, Kosins discusses the creative process behind the new disc as well as her influences and busy career as an in-demand vocalist.

KIOS: An Interview with Kathy Kosins

Joe Zupan, WICN

Angel Resto