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Tony Coleman - Travelin' Man album download
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Tony Coleman - Travelin' Man album download

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Tony Coleman
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Travelin' Man
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Tony Coleman Bio Tony Coleman has had an illustrious career touring the world with . King, Otis Clay, Bobby Blue Bland, Johnnie Taylor, Albert King, Albert Collins, Etta James, James Cotton, Katie Webster, . Wright and Buddy Guy. His early aspirations led to his meeting soul singer Otis Clay. He quickly joined Clay’s band and toured with him for a couple years, recording a live album in Tokyo, Japan. Out of touring and recording with Otis Clay came opportunities to work with other major R&B and blues artists. His second album, Travelin’ Man, was released in the . in February 2002 with special guests the Earth, Wind & Fire horn section, Lucky Peterson and other great names from the Blues. Most recently TC can be found in the Jamey Johnson band on drums and percussion. He has also been busy in the studio and has an album being released January 27th, 2017 feature. .

Bonjour Mr. Coleman, Out In The Open, Travelin' Man, TAKE ME AS I AM. tonytccoleman.

Tony Coleman returned to Chicago and rejoined Otis Clay's band for another tour in Japan. From Otis Clay, Tony moved to Dallas, Texas in 1980 to play drums for Johnnie Taylor. Tony toured with Johnnie for a couple of years and was then asked to join Bobby Blue Bland whom he worked with for a few years. His second album "Travelin'Man", was released in US in February 2002 featuring guests as the Horn section of Earth Wind and Fire, Lucky Peterson and other great names of Blues. His third album "Bonjour Mr Coleman" produced by Station Rock and recorded by Fred Chapellier "Blues House Studio" has been released Septembre 2007. His Fourth opus "Take Me Like I Am" will be release in US end of 2016. It has been recorded in Memphis and Tony worked on it for two years trying to make it better and better.