Kenny Kosicki – Bass, Vocals


Kenny Kosicki, aka “The Groove Master”, born in Middletown, CT found his passion for music at an early age.  His influences came from his musical family: his grandmother played with Cole Porter and on Broadway; and, his father was a successful trumpet player/band leader.  Kenny studied music at Creative Music and The University of Miami.  His ability to “lay down a big fat” groove has made him an extremely desirable member of many musical ensembles.  He is the principal electric bassist for The International Christian Embassy of Jerusalem and has performed for Prime Ministers Rabin, Sharon and Netanyahu at “The Feast of Tabernacles”. As well, he serves as a bass player at the mega church Calvary Chapel.  His resume includes playing with such national artists as: Peter Tork of The Monkees; Elliot Randall of Steely Dan; Dion; Tavares; Rick Derringer; famous songwriter Dennis Lambert; Player; Mickey Thomas of Starship; and, Russell Javors from Billy Joel’s band.  Kenny was the bass player for the popular South Florida band “Breeze” for 12 years.  The Wildfire Band is now lucky to have  “The Groove Master.”