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Tim Mann

Tim Mann has been a performing singer-songwriter and guitarist for nearly 20 years. When he took up the ukulele however, his career was given a second life. Inspired by his musical and spiritual hero, George Harrison, Tim began playing ukulele in 2003. Soon he met fellow musician Greg Hawkes (The Cars), who was also an avid uke enthusiast. They formed a duo and began playing ukulele shows around the Greater Boston area. The following year Greg and Tim became founding members of New England’s ‘Ukulele Noir’, led by Craig Robertson. With ‘Ukulele Noir’, Tim was able to perform in a variety of venues and travel the East Coast, introducing the uke to more and more fascinated people. In 2006, Greg and Tim opened for ukulele wizard Jake Shimabukuro, himself a huge fan of George Harrison.

Born into a musical family, Tim first studied violin at the age of six, before moving on to guitar at the age of nine. The son of a well-known Baroque scholar, Alfred Mann and Carolyn Mann, a playwright and founder of The Front Porch Children’s Theatre. He is the grandson of harpsichordist Edith Weiss-Mann. Tim took a decidedly different musical route when he discovered rock and roll at the age of seven which began a life long affair with the music of the 60’s and early 70’s, focusing on British Invasion groups (The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Yardbirds), and the West Coast rock scene (The Byrds, The Doors, The Grateful Dead), as well as the troubadours of that age (Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Paul Simon).

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