Jerry Coleman began his musical career in 1968 at age of 15. He led a number of popular bands during his early years in music, and was a recognized stand-out on keyboards and vocals.
In 1987 he was hired by Warner Brothers recording artists, The Vogues as a lead singer (“5:00 World”, “My Special Angel, Turn Around, Look at Me”, “You’re the One”) and performed with the group for seven years.
In addition to his solo career, Jerry performed as keyboardist and backup vocalist for The Jaggerz famous for their 1970 number one song, “The Rapper”.
Currently, Jerry is the keyboardist and backup vocalist for The Elite Show Band, Pittsburgh’s premier wedding and event band.
Jerry Coleman has performed on stage with such stars as Frankie Valli, Little Anthony, Del Shannon, Dion, Jay and The Americans, The Skyliners, The Tokens, The Drifters, The Crystals, Tommy Roe, Lou Christie, Maratha Reeves, Ronnie Specter, Peter Noone and Felix Cavaliere to name but a few.
His Solo repertoire is vast and eclectic, spanning decades of music from old standard to current pop, show tunes, country, ethnic, patriotic and more, and an album of original music is in production.