Cousin

What would happen if notorious kraut rockers, Can threw down a jam session with Booker T and the MGs? Or if Steely Dan were able to record an album with Todd Rundgren’s The Nazz? You'd end up with an outfit like Cousin. In today's derivative market, Cousin's music has no peers, drawing from a variety of influences while sounding like no artist in particular a rarity in an age where plagiarism goes beyond sheer flattery. Cousin’s first EP, “For The Ages” can be heard on almost 200 college and community radio stations throughout the U.S. and Canada. Their first video for “The Girl I Knew” has received airplay on over two dozen outlets across the country, including play from Much Music (Canada), JBTV (Chicago), Garbage TV (Austin), and The Cutting Edge (Dayton, OH) among others including heavy airplay on a number of websites with millions of subscribers total. The Girl I Knew CD is slated for release towards the end of 2006 on Big Bit of Beauty Records. Coming Soon to WACBIZ...