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The Beatles' "Abbey Road" iconic influence never wanes...even Jon Stewart of Comedy Central's The Daily Show got into the act: Obama, Boehner, Reed & Biden! Jon Stewart's parody Shabby Road: Funding for America's aging infrastructure hits a few roadblocks when the federal Highway Trust Fund runs out of money.
Funding for America's aging infrastructure hits a few roadblocks when the federal Highway Trust Fund runs out of money.
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Interview with Kosh from Mike Goldstein on Album Cover Hall of Fame website.
Interview with Kosh about the making of the album cover art and packaging for Linda Ronstadt's Lush Life, a 1984 release on Asylum Records         by Mike Goldstein, Curator, Al...
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Kosh was very pleased to do the latest cover art for his longtime friend Linda Ronstadt!
If you’re bummed at the news that Linda Ronstadt’s health is such that she’s had to bow out of attending her own induction at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, that’s certainly your right as a fan, but if it helps ease the pain a bit, she actually seems more excited about her new compilation, Duets, than the HoF honor…or at least that’s how it sounds in her interview with Randy Lewis in today’s L.A. Times: "It's nice," she said apprehensively fr...
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One of the greatest art/creative directors in Rock history.
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Winner of three Grammy Awards, Kosh is the former art director for Apple Records and designer for many of The Beatles solo projects. His first project at Apple was the design of the "Abbey Road" package. After his Apple days, his clientele expanded to cover the cream of British rock bands including The Rolling Stones, ELO and The Who. He remained close to John Lennon and handled the WAR IS OVER campaign for John and Yoko.

The 1970's brought Kosh to L.A., where he worked with the likes of James Taylor, The Pointer Sisters, The Jackson 5, Cher and Jimmy Buffett. During that time Kosh also won three Grammys for his work with Linda Ronstadt and designed the cover of "Hotel California" for the Eagles. Many of his album designs have been exhibited at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum. These days, Kosh continues to work with Jimmy Buffett and Linda Ronstadt as well as Lewis Black and Ron White, while also doing graphic design work that includes TV titles, logos and book designs.