The music of Tucson-based singer/songwriter John Coinman is quintessentially Southwestern. His make of folk/nation rock, showcased over the ten monitors of his THE PERSON Called Someone record, evokes the lonesome heart of wide-open areas, haunted summer evenings, and depressed souls. Tony Gilkyson, previously the guitarist for the grunge/punk music group X, acted as manufacturer for the 1997 discharge. Coinman is definitely associated with professional Kevin Costner. For the creation of Costner’s traditional western film Dances With Wolves in 1990, Coinman was music supervisor. For Coinman’s Roving Guy record, Costner produced a visitor appearance being a vocalist. On “THE FANTASTIC Divide,” among the music included on THE PERSON Called Somebody, the professional shares a composing credit with Coinman. For The Postman, a 1997 film starring and aimed by Costner, the vocalist/songwriter contributed many music while also dealing with an acting function. Furthermore to his single profession and his use Costner, Coinman also composes for additional artists. He added four numbers for an recording by nation artist Wayne Intveld. He also performed his tracks on spoken term programs, in a single example for Dances With Wolves screenwriter Michael Blake, and in another example, for former Doorways’ drummer John Densmore.