Tribute To A Firefighter
Always There for Texas presents Tribute to a Firefighter: A Benefit Concert for Texas First Responders of the Bryan and West Fire Departments featuring the Coleman Brothers with Eric Myers
In association with Advent GX, Grand Stafford Theater and sponsored by Siddons-Martin Emergency Group, Milligan Hill Technical Services LLC, Mariott Homes, Messina Hof, Acme Glass and Domino’s Pizza.
A concert event featuring The Coleman Brothers with their hit song “A Tribute to a Firefighter” and musician Eric Myers including a silent auction of locally donated services and goods. All proceeds will go to the firefighters and their families affected by the February 2013 Bryan tragedy and the March 2013 tragedy in West, Tx.
Always There for Texas is a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving volunteer fire departments in Texas. Their mission is to be “always there” for first responders, helping them to be well-trained, equipped and in a state of readiness when the next emergency call comes in. This event was inspired to help the families of the local Bryan firefighters who lost their lives and were injured in February 2013 but has now extended to also support first responders affected by the explosion in West, Texas, in March 2013. Recent events across the nation and state serve to remind the community of the need to support our first responders and their families in these times of tragedy and to continue to support them well after these events disappear from the headlines.
The Coleman Brothers
The Coleman Brothers new single “Lonely in The Lonestar State” from the album “Keepin It Reel” is set to make an impact worldwide.
The Country Music world is buzzing about the previous single “Ghost Town”. The Coleman Brothers have performed live on CBS KHOU Houston “Great Day Houston & NBC Tyler Texas “East Texas Live”.
The Coleman Brothers are planning a 2013 tour. Casinos, Festivals & Clubs all across the world. They are also members of the Country Music Association (CMA) This bands new sound was influenced from great country icons like Merle Haggard, George Jones, Willie Nelson etc .. mixed with the new sound of Nashville country music. The Coleman Brothers stay with their roots in this new album all while bringing a little bit of Texas Music Flavor& Mixing it with Nashville Country Sound. Just recently The Coleman Brothers opened for Dierks Bentley at Texas Toyota Bass Classic. They will be playing at the Isle of Capri casino on May 18th in Lake Charles LA appearing with Dion Pride, son of legendary Charley Pride.
Denny Coleman (Vocals) Greg Coleman (Keyboard, guitar, vocals) &Legendary guitarist Don Hutchko make up The Coleman Brothers. Greg & Denny Coleman out of Houston Texas .. grew up in Camden Arkansas & Louisiana. They have been rooted in Texas for more than 20 years.
The previous single “Ghost Town” topped music row charts at number 27. At the time they were the highest ranked Independent band on the chart. The single also hit number 2 in the UK and held a number 1 spot on New Music Weekly for more than 4 weeks.
In 2009, Eric caught a break and was introduced by Larry Bitner to Roger Creager’s band leader and bassist, Stormy Cooper. With this introduction, opportunity and friendship would arise. In the summer of 2009, the two would begin the production of Eric’s debut CD, “What Are We Waitin’ On”. During the process of recording this project, Eric was fortunate to be able to land top musicians to play on his album which included, Josh Owen, Lyndon Hughes, Allen Huff, Matt Baker, Chris Whitten, Jake Lowe, Cameron Parsons, of course Stormy Cooper, and fiddle legend Gene Elders.