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Greg and Denny make up The Coleman brothers, known for their pure true-to-life country music and trademark layered vocals. There’s no ‘bait and switch here,’ it’s all pure addictive country music.
The Coleman Brothers Play true Country Music the way it’s meant to be played. They have played all over the United States with the likes of Willie Nelson, Ray Price and Louise Mandrell. However, they’re starting to attract Music City’s attention as well as the U.S. country radio charts. Down by the Fishing Hole is the latest follow up to their debut cd, Back on the Farm – which was a CD packed tight with twelve addicting and original country compositions. Both albums hit hard and are Top-Shelf.
Just a few key tracks on Down by the Fishing Hole are “Beer Thirty” and “Back on the Farm, which both charted in Cashbox Magazine, IndieWorld.com. In addition, these two songs have received airplay in rotation across the U.S.A. In addition to their pure, true country sound, there are some “modern Nashville” tracks such as a modern synthesized country rap in “Country Thang.” Catchy-ballads such as “Pillow Talking” and “Lonely in the Lone Star Stare” will catch the eye of any country music fan. A little influence from Jimmy Buffet can be heard emanating from “Online Dating.”
As 2012 approaches, The Coleman Brothers are preparing to record a new album, as well as release singles. One of these singles will be “Tribute to a Firefighter.” This song will include a video now in production to honor the first-responders. The video will be released worldwide soon. In addition they’ll be preparing a ballad entitled “Ghost Town” – a song about the loneliness of lost love.
Both Down by the Fishing Hole and Back on the Farm are albums with something for everyone that is a fan of country. From modern Nashville sounds, to good ole’ fashioned country – it’s packed with addicting tunes. Are you “trolling” for country hits? Down by the Fishing Hole is where you need to be … You’ll get hooked on the hooks of The Coleman Brothers.