Host John Chester takes a musical journey with musician and guest Paul Kosovich in this episode of Power of a Positive Playlist Podcast.
Paul started playing instruments as a young teenager. He went from one thing to the next, continuing his interest in everything from drums, keyboards, guitar and more, and fostered a love of writing and performing with anything he could find.
Paul only had a month of formal drum lessons, but he naturally applied himself and became ‘instrumental’, playing for weddings by the time he was 16 years old. He joined a band playing keyboard by 17, and before long he was touring across the nation.
“I can make noise on anything.” ~ Paul Kosovich
His music history included Pink Floyd, the Thunderbirds, and many others. Over the years he added country music to his mix.
He had a lot of fun, enjoyed a lot of notoriety, and had experiences most dream about. But it had a darkside as he watched the drugs take their toll on his band and friends. Pretty soon, they were so high they couldn’t play at all.
This story takes you on quite a ride! Enjoy learning how music influenced Paul’s life, and how he made a life choice that changed him forever. Paul now offers music tracks for the OBBM Network, and you can have a customized sonic branding that supports your great media persona.
Email Paul at email@example.com, or give him a call at 941-468-4513 for custom tracks available for a fee.
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