Bio's


Tom "Cosmo" Cosdon


Tom's musical career began in 1959 with Louisville, Kentucky's own Sultans. The Sultans' 1961 release of "It'll Be Easy" with Cosmo on lead vocals, was the first local record to hit No. 1 on the Louisville Charts.

1962's "Sweetheart Please Don't Go" was credited to Cosmo alone on the label. A later song, "A Little Mixed Up," was backed by the Carnations and made it to No. 3 on the charts.

Today, he continues to be a draw in the region, appearing as a lead with other groups and an ever-popular headliner for Cosmo and the Counts. His peerless vocal style and wider range of material continues to captivate audiences, whether live or recorded.

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