The Coleman Brothers made a visit to the Newschannel 6 studio Tuesday. They have been playing traditional country music for 30 years. Except for a 14 year hiatus from touring and to raise their families, this is no overnight success story.
Now, the Montgomery, Texas boys have struck gold on country radio here in the states and overseas with their hauntingly beautiful ballad "Ghost Town" about the loneliness of lost love off their latest release Keepin It Reel (Fishing Hole Records).
"Ghost Town" has broke into the TOP 40 (#37) on the MusicRow Radio Chart (week of November 8th) ahead of seminal artists as George Strait and Tim McGraw and on the heels of chart topper Jason Aldean. The single also hit Top 10 across the pond at #5 on UK Hot Disk Charts.
The success of the radio single and Keepin It Reel (released on September 1st, 2012) has the boys making TV news morning show appearances such as Great Day Houston on November 27th and NBC's East Texas Live (Tyler, TX) on November 30th.
The core group of The Coleman Brothers have been together since the beginning and consists of Denny Coleman (bass and lead vocals), Greg Coleman (piano, acoustic guitar, vocals), and Texas guitar legend Don Hutchko on lead guitar and vocals.