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DetroitCentrix Kathy Kosins Paul Randolph booking

Paul Randolph, a powerhouse frontman with a massive stage presence, is back from Detroit with his new American band, DetroitCentriX! Paul is known for his work as lead vocalist and bassist for The Mudpuppy and his collaborations with the German DJ and producer collective Jazzanova. He has now teamed up with Detroit-based singer and songwriter Kathy Kosins.

You won't want to miss "WHAT WE WANT," the debut single from DetroitCentriX's upcoming album. Their genre-defying blend of jazz, indie soul, funk, and R&B offers a refreshing and mesmerising glimpse into the highly creative Detroit music scene. Both artists believe that music is about style and should reflect the time and place we’re living in. Detroit is one of the US’s major music centres and has recently gained a lot of attention thanks to its abundance of talented musicians. Kathy and Paul personify the city’s vibrant spirit, with their belief that “creation is the freedom to change”.

Kathy Kosins started out as a background singer for Michael Henderson and Was/Not Was. She has released five traditional vocal jazz albums, and her most daring project to date, the neo-soul album “Uncovered Soul,” catapulted her into the radio charts and gained international acclaim from outlets like the BBC, Blues & Soul, and Jazz FM. Kathy has played at loads of festivals all over the world, opened for Gregory Porter, and performed on the Blue Note at Sea cruise. She is also going on tour with Paul Randolph and their project DetroitCentriX in 2024, with dates in Europe and the US.

In addition to his work with Jazzanova Live and The Mudpuppy, Paul Randolph has worked with a wide range of artists, including Hubert Laws, Amp Fiddler, Alice Cooper, and Carl Craig. He has also released solo albums and set up his own label, Temple Sun, in 2017. His collaboration with Kathy Kosins began with their duet "Could You Be Me" on her critically acclaimed album "Uncovered Soul."








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