Frankie Cosmos, a musician based out of New York, put on a show at Guthrie Green in Tulsa on Oct. 1. She opened her set with the single “On the Lips,” which had the full attention of the audience. The openers for her performance were Charlotte Bumgarner, and the band Good Morning. Cosmos and the other entertainers performed as part of the “Off the Cuff” series, which features the top up and coming independent artists from this generation. Frankie Cosmos has been in the listening ears of Indie audiences for the past decade, with albums like “Zentropy” (2014) and “Close it Quietly” (2019) affecting her audience with catchy melodies, stories of empowerment, and daily life. The singer-guitarist expresses herself through the vocals of Greta Kline, using Frankie Cosmos as her pseudonym.
Tulsa was one stop on her fall nationwide tour. She is scheduled to be in St. Louis on Oct. 2. Cosmos was interviewed by the TCC Connection when she was in Tulsa. She shared how her music has been classified as indie pop rock.
“Hopefully it is just kind of like a distraction from daily life, I guess. I don’t know. (My music) is just like a sharing (and) … caring kind of thing, ” said Cosmos.
Cosmos’ vocals pierced through the open air of Guthrie Green’s grassy location, where local fans of Cosmos had gathered to hear the band’s music ripping through to their listeners and to hear the catchy and witty lyrics moving the audience.
Guthrie Green continues to provide audiences with entertainment of the top caliber in the independent genre of modern music that featured Frankie Cosmos and her band. The next up-and-coming artist at the Guthrie Green for the “Off the Cuff” concert series includes Tank and the Bangas, a band based out of New Orleans on Oct. 14. For a complete listing of upcoming performances at Guthrie Green, see https://www.guthriegreen.com/events.