When Canadian singer-songwriter/producer Coleman Hell thinks about the First State, a silly movie reference comes to mind.

When Canadian singer-songwriter/producer Coleman Hell thinks about the First State, a silly movie reference comes to mind.

I've never been to Delaware, so the first thing that comes to my mind is that scene in ‘Wayne's World’: ‘Hi… I'm in Delaware.’”

Coleman Hell will make his Delaware debut in The Woodlands of Dover at Firefly on Saturday, demonstrating how flame resistant he really is.

The Canadian has been scorching listeners with his tunes “2 Heads,” “Take Me Up” and more recently “Fireproof.” The release of his debut album is on the horizon.

Coleman Hell dished on the backstory behind his name, his music and some of his top artists in this edition of Five Questions.

For those who may not be fans yet, describe your music in 10 words or less.

I've heard electro folk, pagan pop, campfire house, and one time "haunted country-disco."

How did you come up with your name and what does it mean to you?

Coleman Hell is my actual name. Hell is of German heritage. I think if anything, it instilled me with purpose at a young age because I always felt different from everybody else.

Share something unique/cool/fun that most fans might not know about you.

The first music I ever released into the world was a drugged-out rap mixtape called "Stark Raving," which is still floating around somewhere on the Internet.

Who are a couple of your favorite music artists?

Some of my favorite artists would be Bob Dylan, Andre 3000, Neutral Milk Hotel and Radiohead.

What are you doing for summer vacation?

Playing a butt-load of festivals and releasing my debut album, "Summerland."

IF YOU GO

WHEN 6:45 to 7:15 p.m., Saturday

WHERE Firefly (Treehouse Stage), 1131 N. Dupont Highway, Dover

MORE INFO fireflyfestival.com