Bio/ Press

Pete Kosanovich is an alternative solo artist. His songwriting skills and energetic live performances are mainly based around the vocals-guitar-harmonica arrangement. Performing both solo and fronting his Rock n’ Roll band The Pale Blue Eyes he is often best described by fans as a mix of Son House, early 70′s Rolling Stones & The Brian Jonestown Massacre rolled into Bob Dylan.

Pete Kosanovich was born in Belgrade, Serbia former Yugoslavia and has moved to England at a young age where he quickly discovered his talent as a singer/ songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. With strong determination and passion for doing what he loves Pete has managed to play major festivals around the UK in the past few years including Truck Festival, Y-Not Festival and Brownstock Festival three years in a row as well as playing at Bestival both in 2016 and 2017. He has also released his debut album on vinyl, had very positive reviews of his music and created label interest from labels such as Rough Trade due to his own strong work ethic and self motivation.

‘Major new talent” Shindig! Magazine

”Woozy Bluesy tumult of Delight” The Crack Magazine

”Lovely, i love the tone in Pete’s voice, its very sincere and honest” Dave Davies (The Kinks)

”Love it very good” Liam Gallagher (Oasis/ Beady Eye)

”Amazing” Mark Beaumont (NME, The Times, The Guardian)

”Really lovely, definitely an artist i am aware of and listening out for” Chris Hawkins (BBC 6 Music)

”Fantastic! ” – Andy Ross ( Former boss & head of A&R of Food Records, 120 consecutive top 100 singles, six UK number one albums with three different artists including Blur )

”With so much determination and talent, sooner or later Pete Kosanovich will probably make it big, and don’t he deserve it! ” –

”Some pretty good dirty blues going on there i like it a lot! ” – Gary Powell (The Libertines)

”Yeah, imagine a hybrid of Dylan and Doherty but with oodles of attitude similar to his more nefarious namesake but with perhaps a bit more talent.” Mathew Priest (Dodgy/ Lightning Seeds/ The Electric Soft Parade/ Rhythm Magazine)

Shindig Album Rave review 2016
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The Crack Magazine Rave Review
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