June 10, 2019
"What A Song Should Do" is #1 on Canadian Country Radio
Congratulations to Tim Hicks on his very first #1 on Canadian Country Radio! "What A Song Should Do" was co-written by Tim Hicks, Emma-Lee and Karen Kosowski.
Sept 14, 2017
Motel Flamingo is top Canadian single, spends 2nd week in Top 10
Madeline Merlo’s single “Motel Flamingo” is still rising on the Canadian Country radio charts, at the time of writing this, currently sitting at #7! She’s currently only female artist in the top 10 and the top Canadian artist. “Motel Flamingo” was produced by Karen Kosowski.
March 15, 2019
"Hold On" featured in the movie "Breakthrough"
The upcoming feature film "Breakthrough" features the song "Hold On", performed by Mickey Guyton, produced by Karen Kosowski and co-written by Mickey, Karen, and Victoria Banks. The soundtrack features songs from Carrie Underwood, Darius Rucker, Maddie and Tae, and more. The movie hits theaters Easter 2019 and the soundtrack is coming April 5th, 2019.
Feb 3, 2019
"Anthem" is Certified Gold
Brett Kissel's "Anthem" is officially certified Gold in Canada! Anthem was written by Karen Kosowski, Emma-Lee, and Phil Barton.
January 19, 2016
Best Original Song Nomination
'Where The Light Used To Be' has been nominated for Best Original Song at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, which wiill be broadcast live from the Toronto's Sony Center on CBC Television on March 13th. 'Where The Light Used To Be' was written and performed by Peter Katz and Karen Kosowski and produced by Karen, for the WangoFilms feature length film "88" starring Katharine Isabelle and Christopher Lloyd.
March 16, 2018
Anthem is #1 in Canadian Single Sales and hits Billboard Top 10
Brett Kissel's single Anthem spends a second week as the top-selling Canadian single and rises to #10 on the Billboard Canada Country radio charts! Anthem was co-written by Karen and is available on Spotify/Apple Music/Google Play now!
Jessica Mitchell Releases "Tear It Down" and "Don't Love Me"
Check out these 2 new singles from Jessica Mitchell. Karen produced both tracks and co-wrote Tear It Down. Now available on Spotify / Apple Music / Google Play.
October 3, 2016
Interview in Canadian Musician Magazine
Karen is interviewed for the Producer's Panel on the topic of out-of-the-box recording techniques in the September/October issue of Canadian Musician magazine. Also interviewed: the legendary Sylvia Massy. Read now
July 4, 2015
Music for Pan Am Games Medal Ceremonies
Karen produced the music that was heard at every medal ceremony of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am & Parapan Am Games. The music is based on the original song "Shine As One", co-written with Dennis Ellsworth and Sophia D’Aragon Krim, which can hear on YouTube and download on iTunes.
October 3, 2016
Profile Feature in Professional Sound Magazine
Read the profile on Karen in the October issue of Professional Sound magazine. Read now
March 30, 2016
Interview in The Toronto Star
Entertainment reporter Nick Patch interviewed Karen for his article entitled "Where Are All The Female Record Producers?" Read Article
June 1, 2015
Shot In The Dark and Cabin Fever featured in The Scarehouse
Emma-Lee’s single ‘Shot In The Dark’ (produced and co-written by Karen) is featured in a brand new thriller from filmmaker Gavin Michael Booth called “The Scarehouse”. The film won Best Feature Film at the 2014 New York City Horror Film Festival. Tia Brazda's 'Cabin Fever' is also featured in the film, which was also co-written by Karen.
The Scarehouse Official Website
Dec 31, 2015
Feature in Songwriter's Magazine
Read Karen's Q&A and editorial feature in the 2016 print issue of Songwriter's Magazine, published by The Songwriter's Association of Canada.
June 1, 2015
Where The Light Used To Be (From “88”)
The movie “88” features the single "Where The Light Used To be", which Peter Katz and Karen co-wrote and Karen produced specially for the film. It has also been released by Peter Katz worldwide on iTunes. “88” is a fast-paced thriller starring Christopher Lloyd (Back To The Future) and Katharine Isabelle (Hannibal). The movie saw it's theatrical debut in spring 2015 and is now available on demand and on Netflix.
January 28, 2015
Julie Crochetiere receives Juno nod for "Counting Dreams"
Julie Crochetiere received a nomination in the Best Vocal Jazz Album category for her new record Counting Dreams, which features "Real Life", co-written by Karen. Previous co-writes include Julie's Christmas single "It Won't Be Christmas Til You're Here" (produced by Karen).
Aug 2, 2014
Tom Petty mentions WWTPD in Rolling Stone!
"What Would Tom Petty Do", written by Karen, Emma-Lee and Justin Gray was mentioned by Tom Petty himself in Rolling Stone Magazine!
Sept 1, 2015
Nominated Best Producer for Now Magazine Best of 2015
Karen received a nomination in the category of Best Producer in Now Magazine's Best of 2015 (amongst others like Noah "40" Shebib).