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Andrew Coleman

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andrew coleman jeff lewis
Jeff Coleman
Jump to navigation Jump to search Not to be confused with Jeff Coleman (Missouri politician). Jeff ColemanMember of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives
from the 60th districtIn office
January 02, 2001[1] November 30, 2004[2]Preceded byTimothy PesciSucceeded byJeffrey PyleConstituencyParts of Armstrong and Indiana CountiesPersonal detailsBornJuly 4, 1975
Whidbey Island Naval BasePolitical partyRepublicanSpouse(s)RebeccaResidenceHershey, PennsylvaniaAlma materLiberty University

Jeff Coleman (born July 4, 1975) is a former Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Coleman was born to a Filipino American family at Whidbey Island Naval Base in Washington in 1975.[3] In the 1980s his family returned to Manila, Philippines to serve as missionaries.[3] It was during that time that the Philippines experienced the People Power Revolution, which Coleman credits for inspiring his "passion for public service."[3] He graduated from Orchard Hills Christian Academy in 1994.[4] He attended Liberty University, earning his degree in Government in 2001.[4] Prior to elective office, Coleman worked in a grocery store, waited tables, and was as radio news anchor in college.[3] He also worked as an intern for Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum and was elected to Apollo Borough Council.[3][5]

In the 2000 election for the 60th legislative district, the 25-year-old Coleman defeated long-time Democratic incumbent Tim Pesci in spite of the district being 70% Democratic.[6][7] Coleman's under-funded campaign relied on an aggressive "door-to-door" campaign with hundreds of campaign volunteers.[3] Bill DeWeese, the House Democratic Leader, said that Pesci had run a "condescending" race against Coleman, calling his opponent "Jeffy" and describing Coleman's campaign volunteers as "the Children from the Corn," referring to the horror film.[6][8]

In a 2002 PoliticsPA Feature story designating politicians with yearbook superlatives, he was named the "Most Ambitious"[9]

Coleman surprised political observes by retiring prior to the 2004 elections to host a Harrisburg-based political radio program.[10] In 2010, Politics Magazine named him one of the most influential Republicans in Pennsylvania, noting his success as a political consultant.[11]

References

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External links

  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives - Jeff Coleman (Republican) official PA House profile (archived)
  • Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus - Jeff Coleman - official Party website (archived)
Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jeff_Coleman&oldid=921615271"

andrew coleman jeff lewis


Andrew Coleman :: About

For more than two decades, Andrew Coleman, 2 time Grammy Award winning engineer, mixer, producer and guitarist, has been behind the boards for some of the biggest pop hits in this country and the world.

As the chief engineer for Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of the Neptunes, Drew has worked with artists that cross nearly all musical genres including Justin Timberlake, Snoop Dogg, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Robin Thicke and Gwen Stefani - to name a few.

In fact, more than 200 million records sold worldwide have the name Andrew Coleman on them.

Drew credits his rise from a guitar player in a high school garage band in Southern California to a simple concept: A love of music. All music.

Drew got his start as a teenager after his band earned enough money to record a demo. To this day, he remembers opening the doors of his first recording studio and his life was forever changed. Drew had found his true passion: making records.

After moving to Virginia Beach, Va., Drew partnered with Pharrell and Chad, helping bring the Neptune sound to the masses and shaping some of the biggest hits of the last 20 years.

Since the team formed, he has worked with a virtual Whos Who of popular music including those listed above along with Prince, The Rolling Stones, Chris Martin, The Edge, Beyonce, Jay Z, Destinys Child, Britney Spears, Ce Lo, Shakira, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Mary J. Blige, J Lo, Usher, Ludacris, Nelly, Bruno Mars and most recently No Doubt.

And, the list goes on.

Even as he works as an engineer, producer and mixer, he continues to play guitar on records with NERD, Madonna, Ed Sheeren, Snoop Dogg, Miley Cyrus and Pharrell.

In addition, Drew has worked on the acclaimed soundtracks for The Amazing Spiderman 2, Despicable Me, 1&2, Fast N Furious, Rush Hour 2, Dr. Doolittle, Bad Boys 2 and Barbershop 2.

In 2003, Drew won his first Grammy for Justin Timberlakes album, Justified, in the Best Male Pop category. Justified had also been nominated for Album of the Year.

In 2005, Drew received three Grammy nominations two for Album of the Year with Mariah Careys Emancipation of Mimi and Gwen Stefanis Love. Angel. Music. Baby and a nomination for Song of the Year with Gwen Stefanis Hollaback Girl.

In 2008, Drew was nominated for a Grammy as a Mixer with Madonna for Best Dance Recording with Give it 2 Me and was an Engineer on the Grammy Winning Album Growing Pains with Mary J. Blige.

In 2012, Drew was nominated for two Grammys with Frank Ocean for his album Channel Orange. The album won Best Urban Contemporary and was a finalist for Album of the year.

Most recently, in 2013, Drew was nominated for two Grammys: Song of the Year with Robin Thickes Blurred Lines and Record of the Year for Kendrick Lamars Good Kid, M.A.A.D City.

There have been several other nominated projects over the years including work with Beyonce, Ludacris, Common and Gloria Estefan.

The only question remaining: Whos next?

**UPDATES**

More Grammy news!! Drew has been nominated 3 times this year in theALBUM OF THE YEAR category for his work with Pharrell, Ed Sheeran and Beyonce! On top of that, he has 2 nominations for BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM with Miley Cyrus and Ed Sheeran and 2 nominations for BEST URBAN CONTEMPORARY ALBUM with Pharrell and Beyonce. Wow!

**Add another Grammy to the shelf!! Drew's work with Pharrell on his second solo album entitled "GIRL" has earned him his second Grammy in theBEST URBAN CONTEMPORARY ALBUM category!! Congrats!!

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