Henry Diltz is a legendary photographer and musician active since the 1960’s. He is famous for capturing the laidback Laurel Canyon scene of the early 1970’s, the cover of The Doors album, ‘Morrison Hotel’ and the Woodstock music festival, where he was dubbed the “official photographer”.Read More
In Episode 4 of ‘Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends’ our host spends an hour with friend and super producer/engineer Val Garay at Aftermaster Studios in Hollywood. Garay is nine time Grammy nominated producer and winner of 1982’s record of the year with “Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes. Val has garnered over 100 Gold & Platinum records.Read More
Kosh invites long time collaborator Aaron Rapoport to discuss their years of working together. Rapoport is an American photographer, best known for his photographs of musicians.
Kosh and friend Aaron dive into some uncharted territory, like where is Cher’s tattoo exactly? Lot’ o fun with REO Speedwagon and Kevin Cronyn. The real story of the flight case featured on “Eagles Live ‘80”. The two do get serious as they discuss working on the Lynyrd Skynyrd album, “Street Survivors” just before the infamous plane crash. A must hear to believe.Read More
In Episode 2 of ‘Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends’ our host brings into Aftermaster Studios in Hollywood the great photographer and long time collaborator, Robert (Bob) Blakeman. Kosh and Bob have been working together since the early 1980’s. Lot’s of big pop names are discussed and secrets revealed, Rod Stewart and Linda Ronstadt reappear from EP1, along with The Motels, the Pointers Sisters, and the great Jimmy Webb with his original Ford Cobra. Also, we get a peak behind one of the most famous beer campaign glamour posters ever shot(see above), as well as the time Bob was allowed to shoot infamous Oakland Hell's Angel, Sonny Barger.Read More
In Episode 1 of ‘Art of Rock with Kosh & Friends’, the mononymous Kosh sits down with long time collaborator Ron Larson to discuss several albums they worked on together. From Rod Stewart, Jon Anderson, REO Speedwagon, Kim Carnes and David Lindley to Linda Ronstadt, with whom they won a pair of Grammys for the albums “Get Closer” & “Lush Life”.Read More