"..there’s a new cherub back in town with a pocket full of Spirit-driven songs for these times that are a changing’."
- Music Connection
Quincy Coleman's music has been heard world wide through highlights such as a guest performance on NBC's The Carson Daly Show, KCRW’s coveted Morning Becomes Eclectic, in Starbucks and other retail outlet stores around the world and Film & TV including her version of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" as heard on ABC’s Brothers & Sisters and "The Pie Song (Baby Don't You Cry)" & "Give It Away" in Fox Searchlight's Waitress.
In 2009 Quincy confesses, “I was brought back home to my Soul.”, via a stage 4 cancer diagnosis. By loving and listening to its presence in her body rather than fighting it, Quincy reawakened to her Spirit and the healing began WITHOUT Western medicine or conventional treatment. Shortly after the diagnosis, while living in Nashville, the calling of her heart became less about music as a business and more about music as a service. Since then she has given birth to twin boys, been singing at The Vedanta Temple in Hollywood and joined the Music Ministry at Unity of the Westside.
Quincy is also the founder of H-OM-E, hosting events that create, educate and celebrate Consciousness & Unity. H-OM-E’s inaugural event Inquire Within: An Evening of Mindful Music, took place at The Hotel Cafe September 30, 2018.
Music Connection Article October 5, 2018:
click here: QUINCY COLEMAN COMES H-OM-E TO THE HOTEL CAFE
In Spring 2019, H-OM-E will be co-creating an event with Ed Begley Jr to raise awareness for the Environment.
Coleman has recently released studio recordings of , "I Am That I Am" & "The Great Prayer" and makes it known that while she is not affiliated with any organized religion, she believes that Truth is One, Paths are many. Her recent study of The Great Prayer (The Lord's Prayer) spoke to her heart as a Universal truth and celebrates it, in her version, as an expression of inclusive faith. Keep your ears open for the next package of praise in song delivered by this Spiritual Cowboy. Quincy Coleman is Peace Strong!