Cosmo Fraser isn’t your typical reggae vocalist/saving designer. From Westmoreland, a Jamaican Parish near Negril Seaside, Cosmo’s path to saving reggae came with a totally different path than a lot of the island’s historic performers. It began just like the professions of American spirit performers: Stevie Question, Carl Carlton, Darrow Fletcher, Lucky Peterson, Gladys Knight, Michael Jackson, along with other kid prodigies, which Fraser most surely was, but neither he nor his parents pursued or forced him towards music. Though he received amateur contests all around the isle as a kid and had the products of a thrilling entertainer, he rather, at age 19, found America to help expand his education. He keeps multiple bachelor levels from Columbia University or college along with a medical level from the Condition University or college of NY — not really your common reggae vocalist by any extend of the creativity; and he’s not only sitting around the med. level, he’s a teacher of medicine in the University or college of California, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, and Main of Geriatric Nephrology in the VA INFIRMARY within the Bay Region, and makes all encompassing reggae music aswell — again, not really your common reggae vocalist. The renown biomedical researcher, a.k.a. the Performing Doctor, has discovered enough time to cut two albums up to now: Reggae Music Guy (a compilation finished with fellow doctors) on Daktari Information (1995) and Fireplace THIS TIME AROUND, his single debut for Ruff Stuff Information (originally on Ginger Female) released in 1998. Like any significant reggae vocalist, songs of cultural justice and injustice certainly are a section of his repertoire, however it’s hard to picture Fraser leading a rebellion. He performs around California and various locations and on reggae tv specials; he moves to Canada to participate their lauded Urban Fests and garners various other choice gigs — if you are not starving you will be picky. A keen entertainer, Fraser frequently jumps from the stage and boogies using the market; his most widely used opening number is really a dancehall edition of “Objective Impossible.” Furthermore to performing, Fraser’s an achieved songwriter and creates the majority of his material.
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