Mondo Cozmo

Musician

Band

Band:
Josh Ostrander – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Drew Beck – Guitar, Background Vocals
Chris Null – Bass, Background Vocals
James Gordon – Keys, Background Vocals
Logan Shrewsbury – Drums

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LA-based singer-songwriter Josh Ostrander (aka Mondo Cozmo) is facing a postponed tour and a paused career due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Songwriting while quarantined with LA musician Mondo Cozmo

LA-based singer-songwriter Josh Ostrander (aka Mondo Cozmo) is facing a postponed tour and a paused career due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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LA music fans might recognize Mondo Cozmo's Joshua Ostrander as the singer for Eastern Conference Champions.

Mondo Cozmo

LA music fans might recognize Mondo Cozmo's Joshua Ostrander as the singer for Eastern Conference Champions.

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