He has but one name, Kosh, but he is one of the most celebrated and influential album-cover artists EVER. Chances are you already own several pieces of art created by Kosh. Kosh is from Los Angeles by way of London. He’s got hundreds of album covers to his credit, and if Kosh didn’t do that cover, well...not to worry, he knows who did, and he’ll introduce you. And by the way: If you are a student of the visual arts, or just somebody who appreciates them, you can pick up a lot from listening to Art of Rock. Great, great storytelling, it’s candid, sometimes a little raunchy. Kosh was right there for a lot of Rock history, and he’ll tell you about ALL of it. Proud part of Pantheon - the podcast network for music lovers.
American Prankster is a deep dive with the iconic Wavy Gravy, unfolding his fascinating,historic and hilarious lifestory as an original Beatnik, comedy pioneer, hippie icon and pioneering activist who uses humor as a weapon.
Presented by Teen Cancer America (TCA), the national non-profit founded by rock icons Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who, “The Real Me” highlights the moving experiences of cancer patients in TCA’s Play It Back program, which matches them with music professionals to write, perform and record fully produced studio versions of their original songs.
Rosemary Butler. Legendary vocalist, songwriter, producer and dear friend. We met many years ago through her work with Linda Rondstadt, and I recently had the pleasure of designing her latest album cover ' You Just Watch Me'.
Jim Shea's advertising work in NYC led him to Los Angeles where he began photographing celebrities for the entertainment industry. His images soon began to appear on album covers, movie posters and in publications such as Rolling Stone and Interview Magazine.
Renowned engineer Peter Doell’s experience spans a wide spectrum of musical genres, and includes an incredible variety of top artists, scoring hits for both indie and major label projects. Kosh and Peter discuss three giants in particular he worked with, Miles Davis, Tom Dowd and Frank Sinatra.
Glen Wexler was one of the first artists to use digital imaging technology as a tool in the creative process. His career began by designing album covers for clients like Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, ZZ Top, and KISS