Anton Cosmo

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Anton Cosmo
ASCAP EXPO 2014.jpg
Anton Cosmo at the ASCAP EXO 2014
Born (1982-10-14) October 14, 1982 (age 34)
Residence New York City, New York, U.S.
Other names
  • Singer
  • guitarist
  • producer
Family Fran Cosmo (father)
Musical career
Genres Pop, rock
  • Vocals
  • Drums
  • guitars
  • bass guitar
  • piano
  • keyboards
Years active 2001-present
Associated acts Boston, Cosmo


Anton Cosmo aka Xomatic [2] made his live debut with Boston at the 2002 Fiesta Bowl and followed with a back to back tour in 2003 and 2004 headlining as one of Boston's guitarists.[3] His writing credits include three songs placed on Boston's album Corporate America (Artemis Records) that reached number 46 on Billboard's top 100. His song "Turn It Off" was featured in a national campaign that kicked off (Yahoo!) in 2003.

In 2006 Anton wrote and produced the debut album "Alien" for the band Cosmo on Frontiers Records, which featured his father Fran Cosmo on vocals.

Early in 2011 Anton became the spokesmodel and the face of Famous Vodka.[4][5] Cosmo released his solo debut album, was honored as best in class at F.Y.E., and featured on WKTV[6] Live for his debut signing.[7]


With Boston[edit]


  • Alien (2006)

1 Communication
2 Don't Tell Me Your Lies
3 No Surprise
4 Gravity
5 Redemption
6 Helicopter
7 Alien
8 When I Close My Eyes
9 Woman
10 Can't Run Away
11 Creep
European Bonus Track
12 Don't Tell Me Your Lies (Acoustic Version)
Japanese Bonus Track
12 Clap Your Hands


1 Hero
2 In Between
3 Chemicals
4 Universe
5 Humans
6 Say Goodbye
7 Places
8 Grace Of An Angel
9 Closer To Heaven
10 Troubled Minds
11 Fallin Into You
12 Will I Remember
13 Cry
14 Storm


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