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Make It Fast
  • Artist: Jon Coleman
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501242394
  • Item #: CDBY42394
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 12/15/2009
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Make It Fast on CD

Originally lauded for his spectacular Piano and B-3 prowess, as well as his phenomenal energy and passion, Jon Coleman has recently come into his own as a formidable songwriter with terrific vocal abilities. Born in North Carolina and making his way through Louisiana, Texas, and California, Coleman has now made a home for himself in Nashville. Growing up as an early teen, JC spent 6 years living in Texas, where his music desire truly took fire while living in the great music capital of Austin. As a member of the multi-platinum southern rock group The Outlaws as well as the multi-platinum country group BlackHawk, JC has honed his skills in a multitude of musical genres. After more than three years of finding time for the studio between Nashville session work, touring with The Outlaws, BlackHawk and alongside Lee Roy Parnell, Chuck Wicks, Randy Houser and Steve Azar, and writing with Bekka Bramlett, Billy Crain, Ken Johnson, Glenn Snow, and countless others, JC has finally released his debut solo effort entitled "make it fast". Co-produced with Teddy Morgan and backed by a stellar group of musicians including Teddy Morgan, Richard Medek, Park Chisolm, Erik Halbig and featuring special guest appearances from Lee Roy Parnell, Bekka Bramlett, and Billy Crain, "make it fast" offers an eclectic mix of styles and influences that are all, simply put, Jon Coleman.