Born: March 21, 1946
Backstage Magazine’s Bistro/BMI award winner, Linda Kosut, with an easy listening voice that’s been dubbed a “warm dark sound”, and a “throaty alto”, swings jazz, pop and folk, and easily sings a repertoire from the standard to the obscure with fresh interpretations. Linda has performed across the country from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Seattle.
Kosut grew up in the Bronx (NY), and as she tells it, had a lifelong dream of singing and performing - yet she did not make that into reality until “later in life.” But, since making that shift in her life, and “putting one foot in front of the other, I have created opportunities and achieved a success with my music that I did not think was possible.” Her first two CDs received national acclaim. “Life is but a dream”, a selection of jazz, pop and folk tunes was named one of the Top 10 CDs of 2003 by Cabaret Hotline; and, “Long As You're Living: the songs & poetry of Oscar Brown Jr.”, paid tribute to the late jazz singer, songwriter, and activist, and received both Backstage Magazine’s prestigious Bistro Award – the BMI Award for Outstanding Recording, and two MAC nominations (Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs) for Best Female Jazz Singer and Best Jazz Recording. ...
2008 - BackStage magazine's BMI/Bistro Award for Outstanding Recording"
2008 - Best Female Jazz Vocalist & Best Jazz Recording - Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs Awards Nominee
2007 - Top 10 CD Members' Choice Award, Cabaret Hotline Online
2003 - Top Ten Female Vocalist CD, Cabaret Hotline New York for "Life is but a dream"
Easy Come, Easy GoLML Music
Long As You're LivingJizel Music
Long As You're Living - the songs & poetry of Oscar Brown Jr.Jizel Music
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- Long As You're Living by Jerry D'Souza