Obion County singer/ songwriter Phillip Coleman has released his newest album, titled "Loner's Harvest".
The album contains 11 new songs recorded in Nashville, with an outstanding array of musicians. It was produced by five-time Grammy Award winner, Ray Kennedy, and Scott Mulvahill. Copies of "Loner's Harvest" on CD can be purchased at Kizer Pharmacy in Union City, with the singles, "Fishing for the Moon" and "That Girl's Awful," available for download on Spotify. The entire album, however, can be downloaded on Spotify, beginning February 3rd.
Coleman is known for his hit single "Cost of Livin," which was recorded by Ronnie Dunn and nominated for a Grammy Award. He also co-wrote the Miranda Lambert hit, "All Kinds of Kinds," with his co-written song, "Never Gonna' Feel That Way Again," featured on Kenny Chesney's multi-platinum album, "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems."
To learn more about Phillip Coleman and his music, visit his website.