“Edgy, accessible, and intelligent.”

– Musician Magazine

CREDITS

Supergirl

Fresh Off The Boat

Keeping Up With The Kardashians

The Hustlers

Shameless

Chicago PD

Chicago Fire

Biker Live

Longmire

Mistresses

The Night Shift

MTV



REVIEWS & AWARDS

“Excellent! Incredible guitar player with whip-smart lyrics.”

Michael Goldberg

Rolling Stone Magazine

“A sound so original I can’t compare it to anything I’ve heard before. This guy deserves a record deal!”

Michael Laskow

Recording Magazine

“Fabulous. Josh Coleman is one of the best songwriters I’ve ever worked with. He writes deep poetry that sticks in your head.”

Barbara Higbie

Grammy Nominated Composer/Singer-Songwriter

“His songs are compelling and his unique guitar playing is dazzling; edgy without calculation, intelligent without loss of musicality and a raw integrity that always keeps you engaged. I love his music.”

Teresa Trull

Recording Artist, Olivia Records

“Creative and smart writing and playing.”

Garth Webber

Guitarist for Boz Scaggs, John Lee Hooker, and Miles Davis

FIRST PLACE

Unisong International Songwriting Contest
Living With Strangers

FIRST & SECOND PLACE

Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Contest

I Know What Love Is, Wishing Well

FIRST PLACE

BAM Magazine Best Unsigned Band

Evolution’s Brightest Star

FIRST PLACE

American Songwriter Magazine

Living with Strangers

FINALIST

Musician Magazine

Best Unsigned Bands

MUSIC


Josh Coleman is an award-winning musician whose music has been used on Keeping Up With the Kardashians; NBC’s Chicago Fire, Chicago PD, The Night Shift; ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat, Mistresses; Showtimes’s Shameless; Netflix’s Longmire; The Discovery Channel’s Biker Live, plus shows for E!, CW, Oxygen and Bravo networks. His songs have been recorded by Windham Hill artist Barbara Higbie and Olivia Records’ artist Teresa Trull. He has written soundtracks for Bay Area plays and for the documentary, Center of the Storm. Recently, he composed music for an art installation in the San Francisco Financial District, Sound of Emotion that was later featured at the Yerba Buena Art Center.

Coleman was admitted to the San Francisco Conservatory of Music to study music composition under Pulitzer Prize Winner, John Adams.

In addition to his music, Coleman is a critically acclaimed author and psychologist who is a frequent guest on NPR and The Today Show. He has also appeared on the BBC, Sesame Street, Good Morning America, 20/20, and PBS. He’s the author of 4 books which have been published in China, Korea, Croatia, Australia, and the UK.


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