Mondo Cozmo frontman Josh Ostrander talks about being an overnight sensation...20 years in the making. He also gets into his recent visit to the Senate and discusses what he calls a "rock and roll freakout" that resulted in hours of surgery.
The most important takeaway of this special episode with musician and Boy of Summer Mondo Cozmo/Josh Ostrander is that HE HURT HIS HAND PUNCHING A SHARK IN THE NOSE (self defense)! But you’ll also hear about basement-band-eavesdropping, math-class-stressing, and what can happen to a baseball player when he hears the music that changes his path.
Reuben Frank discusses how special Carson Wentz's character is. Doug Pederson has handled this offseason perfectly. A look at the Eagles' running back situation. Roob got a chance to catch up with Mondo Cozmo's lead man Josh Ostrander. His single "Shine" hit #1 on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs chart in January 2017. Ostrander, a Philly native and big Eagles fan, shares his journey and experiencing an Eagles Super Bowl.
Randy Thomas, Arnie Wohl and Music Connection Publisher Eric Bettelli welcome breakthrough artist Mondo Cozmo, who talks about growing up in Philadelphia and how Nirvana's "In Utero" made him want to play guitar. Mondo Cozmo also highlights the story, of how Republic Records signed him twice and how Manager Steve Melrose inspired him to write his latest hit "Shine." Plus a "Hall & Oates" Concert Review from a listener in Orange County, California and this weeks Tip Jar comes from the snarky Author behind "The Singer/Songwriter Boot Camp Rule Book: 101 Ways To Improve Your Chances Of Success," Larry Butler and he shares his 5 Tips to rock your live stage performance like the pros!