|Dave Koz Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||March 27, 1963|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Dave Koz is an American musician who plays the saxophone. Besides that, he is also a radio host. Immediately after graduating, Koz decided to be a professional musician, and within a few weeks, Bobby Caldwell recruited Koz as a member of his tour.
David Stephen Koz
Dave, Postmodern Jukebox
Tarzana, California, United States
Sausalito, California, United States
Koz went to William Howard Taft High School in Woodland Hills. As a member of the school jazz band, he used to play saxophone there.
In 1986, he graduated from UCLA with a degree in mass communication.
- Father – Norman Koz (Dermatologist)
- Mother – Audrey Koz (Pharmacist)
- Siblings – Jeff Koz (Younger Brother) (Musician), Roberta Koz (Younger Sister)
W.F. Leopold Management
Smooth jazz, Jazz, Instrumental
Capitol, EMI, Rendezvous, Concord Records
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
65 kg or 143.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Dark Brown (Natural)
With the advancing age, his hair color has turned ‘White’.
- Sharp pointed nose
- Small eyes
- Blake Kuwahara
- Love Your Melon
Dave Koz Facts
- Koz, in his early career, served as a session musician for several bands and also toured with the famous American keyboardist, composer, and record producer Jeff Lorber.
- In 1990, Koz decided to pursue his own solo career when he started recording for Capitol Records.
- Koz’s debut album is self-titled (Dave Koz) which was released in 1990 and earned him huge praise from a larger audience.
- His other albums are Lucky Man (1993), The Dance (1999), and Saxophonic (2003) where Saxophonic was nominated for both Grammy Award and NAACP Image Award.
- In 1994, he started hosting the radio show The Dave Koz Radio Show. This program featured the latest music and interviews.
- Koz was a bandleader on The Emeril Lagasse Show, which was a weekly talk show.
- Later, he hosted the weekly radio show on Sirius-XM Radio Watercolors. The name of the program was The Dave Koz Lounge.
- In 1993, he performed Faces of the Heart, which was used by the ABC hit soap General Hospital as their theme song.
- In December 2014, Dave started a restaurant and live music venue named Spaghettini & the Dave Koz Lounge located in Beverly Hills, California.
Featured Image by Dave Koz / Instagram