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Cole Thomason / Bio

Introduced to performing and music at a young age, Cole Thomason has been on stage since the age of 10. School Choirs and professional traveling choirs were instrumental to Cole's development as a singer. By the time he was fifteen, his love for singing had taken him across America and to Europe were he performed for audiences in places such as Notre Dame Cathedral, Verona Coliseum, Saint Marks Cathedral, and the Luxembourg Music Conservatory.
Primarily a vocalist up until this point, in 2004 Cole discovered his talents for songwriting, guitar and the harmonica. He began writing songs about experiences from his own life as well as his imagined inspirations. He immersed himself in songwriter circles and festivals, jamming and collaborating with other musicians and songwriters. He co-founded the band "Pan Handle" which was a mix of songwriters and musicians who played shows throughout California's Central Valley. Cole's desire to create and arrange musical moments has him off on a new tangent, creating new songs and touring his new self-title release. "Cole Thomason"

Cole's infectious energy translates well through his high charged up-beat songs as well as through his soulful ballads. Cole has hoped to expand his collection of homespun original songs into an eclectic mix of genres including; Bluegrass, Folk, Blues, Rock, Soul, and Americana that will appeal to a broad range of audiences. Cole can currently be seen performing across America on a series of tours promoting his debut, self titled album.

General Info

Band Members
Cole Thomason - Harmonica, Guitar, Lead Vocal. Taylor Webster - Bass, Chandler Pratt - Mandolin/Electric Guitar, Ray Vazira - Drums, Jacob Canada - Bass/Banjo
Artist Name
Cole Thomason
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Americana / Folk / Rock

Contact Info

Jenner, CA
Vanessa Scholle

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