Virtual - Summer Solos - Mitch Mann
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Please check out our Facebook Page at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 25 as we host our last Virtual Summer Solo as a part of the 2020 W.C. Handy Music Festival! This show will feature Lucero Adame.
Mitch Mann is a singer/songwriter and guitar player from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He performs solo and is a member of the Fiddleworms and Yellowhammer.
Born in Birmingham and reared in Lynn, AL, Mitch Mann began playing guitar at age eleven. He was soon writing songs and playing in local bands. After graduating from Lynn High School, he studied Commercial Music at Northwest Community College in Phil Campbell, AL. After teaching guitar in the Shoals area for many years, in 2007 Mann received a Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of North Alabama majoring in Professional Writing with a minor in Music.
Since Mann moved to Muscle Shoals in 1993, he has added his succulent guitar and smoky vocals to groups such as The Fiddleworms, Yellowhammer, LSD-30, Blackwater Toad, Donnie Fritts, Monkee and The Spank Daddys, and The Mojo Mixers.
In 2006 the song “Good Things” was included in the film “When I find the Ocean.” “Good Things” was co-written by Mann and former Grateful Dead and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Donna Jean Godchaux-MacKay.
In 2013 Mann and writer James LeBlanc’s song, “Hold Her While You Got Her” which was recorded by the Fiddleworms made the Grammy entry ballot for best Americana song.
In addition to his own songs, Mann’s live performances include many of the songs of the artists who have influenced his music…Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Robert Johnson, The Band, The Grateful Dead, Townes Van Zandt, and Steve Earle.
Sponsored by: Florence-Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau * Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area