Episode 140

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22nd May 2020

Michael Coleman the Metropolitan Cowboy and See Your Shadow with Bruce Hilliard

Producer and Songwriter Michael Coleman has been in the creative arts practically his entire life. As the Artistic Director of See Your Shadow Songwriting, Michael has been the driving force behind all the company’s artistic works utilizing the extremely talented vocalists and musicians that make up the See Your Shadow Network of Stars. As a lyricist, Michael’s writing style is filled with imagery and emotion and his lyrics stand alone as pieces of literature earning Michael two nominations as Poet Laureate for the State of Ohio. As a song producer, Michael applies an innovative production style and is not afraid to take risks, go outside industry norms or be edgy. Michael was the first to combine hip hop and country and western for his recording “Like a Kid Again” featured in the motion picture H2indO and Michael produced the first ever Techno dance version of the baseball classic, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”, as well as the edgy and controversial, over the top, LGBT themed dance track about oral sex, “Rug Burn”, which recently inspired a live action game show.

Michael’s first love, however, has always been country and western and Michael is a member of The Country Music Association, The Americana Music Association, The International Singer-Songwriter’s Association, The Inspirational Country Music Association and Nashville Songwriter’s Association International.

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Better Each Day Podcast Radio Show with Bruce Hilliard
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Bruce Hilliard

Host Bruce Hilliard has an appetite for music, “the soundtrack of our lives.” His personal journey has included opening for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame artists Heart, the Ramones and Dr. Hook. His degrees in music and journalism he says “are cool but everyday in every way, get better and better.” Interviews with everyone from young garage bands where it all begins, to seasoned veterans...all compelling. And there’s music.