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Quincy Coleman

Quincy Coleman American singer-songwriter and guitarist

American singer-songwriter and guitarist
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro American singer-songwriter and guitarist
A.K.A. Mary Johns Coleman
Is Singer Songwriter Musician Guitarist
From United States of America
Type Music
Gender female
Birth 21 February 1972, Los Angeles, USA
Age: 48 years
Star sign PiscesPisces
Family
Mother: Jean Hale
Father: Dabney Coleman
The details
Biography

Quincy Coleman (born February 21, 1972 in Los Angeles, California) is an American songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist.

Discography

Coleman's first album, released in 2003, is Also Known as Mary. The track list is:

  1. "I'm Crying"
  2. "Shades of Grey"
  3. "On Your Side"
  4. "New Girl"
  5. "Afraid"
  6. "In Between"
  7. "Give It Away"
  8. "Make It Go Away"
  9. "Blown Away"
  10. "Waiting Pays"

Her second album, Come Closer was released in 2006. The track list is:

  1. "Calling Your Name"
  2. "Mary"
  3. "Want Me Back"
  4. "Indeed in Love"
  5. "Never Happy"
  6. "Sleep Late"
  7. "Take a Chance"
  8. "Don't Go Away"
  9. "Don't Come Back"
  10. "In Your Eyes"

Single Releases

  1. "Bridge Over Troubled Water" (AO Recordings, 2009)
  2. "Running on Faith" (AO Recordings, 2009)

Film

Her song "Also Known as Mary" is on the soundtrack for the 2004 Academy Award-winning film Crash.

She covered the Tommy Edwards song "It's All in the Game", which appeared in the 2006 film How to Go Out on a Date in Queens.

She sings two songs on the soundtrack of the 2007 Adrienne Shelly film Waitress: "Give it Away" from her first album (written by Coleman) and "Baby Don't You Cry".

Television soundtrack

  • Men in Trees, episode "Read Between the Minds" - with "Indeed in Love" as performer
  • Brothers & Sisters, episode "Troubled Waters" - with "Bridge Over Troubled Water" as performer
  • Brothers & Sisters, episode "The Road Ahead" - with "Running on Faith" as performer
  • Dawson's Creek, episode "Future Tense" - with "Give It Away" as performer

Personal life

Coleman is the daughter of model/actress Jean Hale and actor Dabney Coleman.

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