The Cosmopolitans "Wild Moose Party" CD

Jamie's 1980s band. Retrospective CD with their hits, "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy" and "Wild Moose Party", as well as several unreleased tracks! Put out in limited edition by Dionysus Records/ Bacchus Archives in 2006. Also includes wild video from 1980, done by then-student Michael Dugan, who went on to create several MTV programs. Non-stop fun! Buy Now on Amazon


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T-Shirt - Standard

Very soft cotton T-shirt with image of the Moose cat surrounded by the dancing members of The Cosmopolitans. Fabric and sizing like American Apparel. Only a few left!

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T-Shirt - Girly

The Wild Moose cat dances in the center with the rest of the band dancing and playing around him! This shirt has smaller sleeves and has piping at the larger neck and sleeves. It is slightly fitted.

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Mothers of the Revolution film using The Cosmopolitans' "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy"

New Zealand and the World

Briar March's film about the Cold War protest - the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp - titled "Mothers of the Revolution," will include the Cosmopolitans' song "(How to Keep Your) Husband Happy." The film is due out in the Fall of 2021.

"Terror-Bite Tango (aka Gettin' Down for the Count)" resurfaces for Halloween!

Your Device, Transylvania

The danceable soundtrack for your Halloween thrills. For monsters of any age.

Airplay for GWDK Theme

Women of Subtance Podcast #1296

The theme I wrote, "Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind," for the 2012 documentary "Marii Hasegawa: Gentle Woman of a Dangerous Kind" (seen on PBS and other venues) airs on WOSRadio podcast as part of their War and the Pursuit of Peace program. Marii Hasegawa was a remarkable Japanese-American peace activist who was held in a Japanese Internment Camp during WWII.