From a young age, it was evident that JASON
COLEMAN had inherited his grandfather’s “slip note” touch
at the piano, as it managed to “slip” its way into even the
most elementary songs from his early piano lessons. Jason’s
keen ability to play music by ear led to a childhood spent
arranging his own renditions of the songs he loved, just
as his “Grandad” did throughout his career. In addition to
sharing the piano bench at home, Jason grew up performing
with Floyd at his concerts and on national TV, and though he
was only 12 years old when Floyd passed away, the close
relationship they shared formed the foundation upon which
Jason has built his own career in music.
Jason made his Grand Ole Opry debut at age 17, and
two years later, he was given the honor of playing for the
Medallion Ceremony recognizing Floyd’s induction into the
Country Music Hall of Fame. Since then, he has spent his
career in the studio and on stage, producing a collection
of his own piano albums and touring across the country
in concerts that pay tribute to his grandfather’s enduring
legacy and signature piano style. Jason makes his home in
Hendersonville, Tennessee, with his wife, Natalie.
Growing up in the family of a guitar legend Chet Atkins,
MEAGAN TAYLOR was surrounded by a heritage of
music – but it was only after high school that she began to
seriously develop her own musical talents. Though Chet
had taught her to play fiddle as a child, Meagan was 18
when she first picked up a guitar and turned to her “Uncle
Chester” for help in the months before he passed away. In
the years since, Meagan has continued learning her uncle’s
distinctive fingerstyle guitar from his closest friends and fans.
She has recorded a guitar album of her own as well as two
collaborations with Jason. Meagan, her husband Chris, and
their three children live in Franklin, Tennessee.