Born in the north, and sworn to entertain ya.
-Anthony Kiedis, RHCP
Coleman Brown is originally from the suburbs of South Boston, was uprooted at a young age for the green pastures of Roswell, GA where he finished high school at Roswell High. From there he went on to sample (so far) four of Georgia's options for higher education, including the schools of music at both LaGrange College and GA State University. His approach to music, however, is poetry (with a heavy focus on twist and double entendre) written on scraps of paper and later committed to memory sung over entertaining and fresh, rhythmic, catchy guitar riffs. (his facebook notes section contains over 40 complete song's in stanza format) Music paired with academia, however, merely felt like a way to turn music into a pressurized test.
Cole hopes achieve success with his music to the point where he would be able to live comfortably. He dreams that one day lady luck will bless him to the point that he may be able to share the value of his music in charitable ventures and environmental awareness campaigns.
Cole has played in scores of performances, collaborations and has enjoyed several paid gigs with a variety of band formations from solo to 5 piece band with saxaphone guitar keys drums and bass. He was classically trained on the piano at a young age, though he is much more enthusiastic about the keyboard now as a songwriter's accompaniment rather than a virtuoso's mainstay.
Cole is 22 years old, and ready as he'll ever be to be a fuckin' rockstar.