About Chi Coltrane
Chi Coltrane (Chi is pronounced "shy") (born 16 November 1948, Racine, Wisconsin, USA) is best known as an American rock-pop-jazz songwriter, pianist, and singer. Coltrane was one of seven children to a Canadian mother and a German violinist father. She played a number of instruments as a child. Her family moved frequently; her father died when she was ten. She gave her first piano recital at the age of twelve. In 1970, she used two sidemen, an upright bassist and a drummer, playing jazz, funk and rock in local Chicago clubs and bars. Read more on Last.fm.