Rodney L. Coleman
A native of Leasburg, North Carolina, Rodney L. Coleman got his start in music under the influence of his parents Roderick and Verna. Rodney has always loved music and aspired to be a musician (drummer) at the early age of 4. Little did he or anyone else know that his love and appreciation for music would eventually catapult him into a life filled with performances and composition opportunities as a singer, musician, composer, songwriter, and recording engineer. Rodney plays multiple instruments, and his musical career has blessed by God with the opportunities to perform with various groups, win national songwriting competitions and work with local and national recording artists. From the church to the stage, Rodney remains humble, realizing that the source of his gifts, talents, and blessings only come from God.
In 2007, after battling a life-challenging illness, Rodney released his first Gospel music project LifeSongs, a project written while he was recovering, and included the songs that helped him claim his new lease on life. In addition to Coleman writing, recording and producing for various artist, he is proud of his sophomore live recording project, LifeSongs: The Transition, which highlights songs that have helped him deal with multiple transitions since his first project.
Rodney is the husband of Kristal, the brother of business partners Chris and Shonda, and the proud pastor of the First Baptist Church in Chapel Hill. Coleman is an alumnus of Winston-Salem State University (BS-Elem. Ed), Wake Forest University (MDiv), and United Theological Seminary (DMin), and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
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