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"The Valley Advocate june 20th 2002"

"...Veteran groove-rockers Electric Blue and the Kozmik Truth have taken their art to dizzying levels of excellence.It had been quite a while since the Truth had been revealed to me, but the time has appeared to do nothing but allow singer Callie K. to strengthen her already powerfull vocals and let the rest of the ensemble earn their collective doctorates in the school of jammin..." - Gary Cara

"Union news August 31,2000"

"...She is considered to be the best rock vocalist in the Pioneer Valley, a soulful powerhouse who emits energy and passion with every note. callie Katsounakis sings for Electric Blue and the Kozmik Truth..." - Donie Moorhouse


"..EBKT is a six-peice band that hails from Western Massachusetts.The band is fronted by yet another powerfull female vocalist, Callie Katsounakis, who at times, has more of an air of Janis Joplin about her. The group's debut album, La RAZZA cosmica, featursits tenacious sound that has roots in blues and jazz with a jam-savvy, '90s attitude.." - music for the mind

"The Valley Advocate"

The Truth Doesn't Have To Hurt:
Often deemed the best rock vocalist in the Pioneer Valley, Callie Katsounakis is the lead singer for Electric Blue and the Kosmik Truth . Described once as "at times having more of an air about her than Janis Joplin," Katsounakis leads this band with her soulful, powerful, bluesy voice and is a staunch supporter of the local music scene. She told the Union News in August of 2000 "I think it's important to support the scene, but I don't see as many bands as I'd like to. I will say though, that I will not ever support tribute bands with my dollar."
Listening to a dynamite band like the Truth makes you wonder why indeed, anyone would. They started out their journey as a regularly slated band on the hippie bill, often playing with the dreddie devotion-inspiring Deep Banana Blackout and have since enjoyed a bit of fame by opening for Dickey Betts of the Allman Brothers and sharing the stage with the likes of Max Creek and the North Mississippi Allstar Band.

Electric Blue and the Kosmik Truth will be on hand at Harry's Music Club in Northampton to entertain and uplift us with their self-described "blues-saturated jam rock" -- in which you can also discern traces of funk, reggae, bluegrass, jazz and psychedelia.
- Kendra Thurlow


Searching For Salvation (To be released early 2004)
Nothin' But The Truth...Live At The Iron Horse (1999)
La Raza Cosmica (1996)


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Electric Blue and the Kozmik Truth is a Western Massachusetts-based blues/soul quartet. Featuring female vocals and scorching slide guitar, their style combines elements of roots, funk, soul, and improvisational rock and roll. Formed in 1996, EBKT tours extensively throughout New England, as well as the entire East Coast.

The band has shared the stage with such acts as the Dickey Betts band, Gov't Mule, the Derek Trucks band, Schleigho, Max Creek, Robert Randolph and the Family band, Deep Banana Blackout, the North Mississippi All-Stars, and many more.

EBKT has released two full-length albums, and are releasing their new studio album, entitled Searching For Salvation, in April, 2004.