David Coss, a veteran jazz singer from New York City is available for gigs outside the West Village of New York City, where he's been performing every Sunday for sixteen years. The West Village is truly the epicenter of worldwide jazz. The Garage is just around the corner from such world famous jazz clubs as the Village Vanguard, the Blue Note, Smalls, the 55 Bar and many other live jazz venues. The Garage Restaurant and Cafe ( is a busy Village establishment that has more scheduled jazz than any club/restaurant in the world. Over the past sixteen years, David has performed over 800 shows for over 100,000 people from all over the world.
David sings mostly straight ahead jazz standards, blues, ballads as well as a few contemporary tunes. His vocal styling's have been compared to and are reminiscent of Mel Torme, Chet Baker, Tony Bennett and Mark Murphy. He's worked with some of the greatest jazz musicians in the city including Dena DeRose, Ron McClure, Jerome Jennings, Patience Higgins, Danny Mixon, Bill Crow, Dominick Faranacci, Akiko Tsuruga, Fukushi Tainaka, Christos Rafalides, Virginia Mayhew, Jerry Weldon, McClenty Hunter, and countless other amazing New York based and internationally known musicians. He currently performs with the Cecilia Coleman Big Band, the Lou Caputo Not So Big Band as well as the Eyal Vilner Big Band, who have regular performances at Garage, Zinc Bar and other venues throughout the city. Whether performing in an intimate restaurant setting with guitar and voice or with a swinging big band, Coss' performances are well received by a broad audience. Coss has a very unique sound and delivery and his performances are smooth, swinging, energetic and heartfelt.