Three brothers from Montgomery Texas: Greg, Michael and Denny, have been playing and performing since they were kids in their dads' band. If you like good ole country music, with a fresh new sound, then check out the songs on this site. The Coleman Brothers write and arrange all of their songs and give you that rare brotherly harmony.
The Coleman Brothers have played all over the U.S.A with artists including: Willie Nelson, Ray Price, Louise Mandrell, Ace Cannon, Larry Butler and many more music greats. The Coleman Brothers have had many influences in their music career from Jimmy Rodgers to ZZ Top.
It has been stated that whenever the planets and stars align something of cataclysmic proportion happens in this Universe. On August 16, 1989 within the cinematic circle of Miami Beach, IMAJ was born. Today, standing 5'4" and 99.8 lbs. soaking wet, what she lacks in weight and height...her voice, artistic sensitivity and intellectual prowess makes up in depth.
Imaj began recording her singing at 5-years-old, writing books and constructing visual artwork at 6-years-old, was labeled a child prodigy by nine and at seventeen had her self-portrait displayed at the Dallas Museum of Art.
With a vocal range that capers between E3 and F6 (Yes, what you thought were strings in her latest single "Blush" is actually her voice, one of the highest notes demanded in opera by the likes of Mozart) she's a cross over artist who spans several genres including pop, opera and soul. Not only is IMAJ a gifted vocalist and songwriter, but she sings in multiple languages—all self- taught!—including Spanish, Japanese, Italian opera and German. However, in spite of all of her artistic talent, she will tell you her heart is in Country music!
Imaj has called Frisco, Texas her home for more than 6 years and has been singing locally as well as nationally. Some of her most recent performances have taken her to: The Conga Room (Los Angeles), Teddy Atlas Celebrity Charity Dinner (New York), Okeechobee Veteran's Day Event (Florida) and Gilley's (Dallas) for the Green Bay Packer's Hall of Fame Celebration during Super Bowl weekend as well as the national anthem and half-time show for NBA D-League's Texas Legends (Frisco, TX).
Sundance Head has been singing for as long as he can remember. The son of singer Roy Head, who scored a #2 smash hit in 1965 with "Treat her Right," Sundance attributes his love for music to the many times he shared the stage with his father as a child. Sundance is now making his mark on the music industry, determined to hang a gold record of his own on the wall of his Porter, Texas home.
A contestant during season six of American Idol, Sundance finished in 13th place from a field of thousands of contestants. Life following elimination from the competitive reality series has proven sweet, as Sundance became the first American Idol contestant in history to score a recording contract with a major record label, Universal Motown, without finishing in the Top 12. Sundance has since moved from Universal Motown to a new and upcoming independent label where his creativity can be more fully expressed.
Proficient with several instruments, including guitar, bass guitar, and piano, Sundance is also a talented and sought-after songwriter, having written for ZZ Top, among others. With a natural penchant for singing the blues, it is easy to find yourself swept away to another time and place by his powerful voice and lyrics, only to open your eyes and realize that the soulful voice passing through the microphone is that of a young star on the rise.