Jonathan Mann (musician) Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Album, Songs, Net Worth

Jonathan Mann is an American singer-songwriter born in 1982 United States. He best known for creating and publishing a new song and video each day

Jonathan Mann Biography

Jonathan Mann is an American singer-songwriter born in 1982 United States. He best known for creating and publishing a new song and video each day since January 2009, under the YouTube channel named “Song A Day.” Mann set a world record in November 2014 for the most consecutive days writing a song.

Jonathan Mann Age

He was born on April 9, 1982 in Westford, Vermont, United States. He is 41 years old as of 2023.

Jonathan Mann Height

Mann stands at a height of about 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Jonathan Mann Family

Mann was born in Westford, Vermont, United States to his loving parents Alvin Liberman(father) who works as a psychologist and his mother Isabelle Liberman who also works as a psychologist.

Jonathan Mann Wife

He got married in January 2014 to his beautiful wife Juliana. Together the couple has two children, a son and a daughter.

Jonathan Mann Net Worth

Mann has ann estimated net worth of about $1 million to $5 million which he earned from his career as a singer and songwriter.

Jonathan Mann
Jonathan Mann

Jonathan Mann

Because of his immense quantity of material and speed of composition, Mann’s songs often reference immediate current events and popular trends of the very day the video was uploaded.

Mann started composing songs at the age of 12, before enrolling at Bennington College. While still pursuing his graduate studies at CalArts, he co-wrote and starred in a rock opera called “The Last Nympho Leprechaun” with colleague Thomas Hughes.

In grad school, Mann wrote and starred in a rock opera based on the Super Mario Brothers and since then, he has recorded music and self-released albums under the names Forty (or 40) Second Songs, Novox the Robot, The Nympho Leprechauns, The Mario Opera, GameJew, as well as simply Jonathan Mann.

In 2006, Mann began uploading videos to YouTube under the alias “GameJew.” He later started his best known project, “Song A Day,” which has been continuously operating since January 1, 2009. The project came to national attention following several viral hits and an exposé on CNN.

From 2006 to 2012, Mann lived in the San Francisco Bay Area and made many live appearances with the band of local musicians which he formed and dubbed The Rock Cookie Bottoms.

After several personnel changes, the group’s membership solidified around 2009 with keyboardist Pete Feltman, guitarist Sam Douglass, bassist Eric Yeargan, singer Nic Kaelin and drummer Sparky Grinstead (who went by the name Norman Famous).

The band remained together until 2012 when Jonathan left California for New York, where he still resides.

In July 2012, his “Song a Day: The Album” initiative let colleagues from around the world interact with performers and contribute to compositions via livestream.

The album was produced by Mann along with Thomas Hughes and Nick Krill of the Spinto Band and was recorded at Famous House, the Berkeley, CA home studio of fellow Singer/Songwriter Sparky Grinstead.

In June 2014, Mann celebrated his 2000th song with a Reddit AMA (“Ask Me Anything”), creating songs as answers to the questions and a tribute “Song a Day” video on YouTube.

Jonathan Mann Albums

  • Songonauts – 2016
  • The Mario Opera: Act One – 2003
  • The Arctic Mountains in Your Heart – 2016
  • Desert Trails – 2016
  • Animals – 2014
  • Love Is the Most Powerful Magic – 2015
  • Every Day. – 2014

Jonathan Mann Songs

  • Vegan Myths Debunked
  • Kittens in Space
  • 2000 Songs in 2000 Days
  • Are You a Real Person
  • Ios Autocomplete Song
  • A Duet With Siri
  • The iPhone 4 Antenna Song
  • The Red Panda Hop
  • The Craig Federighi Show
  • Fold Into Yourself
  • How I Write a Song a Day
  • The Truth About Dairy Cows
  • Penguins Having a Party
  • My Song
  • Steve, the Hippo With Multiple Personalities
  • Kill All Sjws!
  • Duet With Siri, Part 2
  • Freakout!
  • The Lizard Wizard
  • Hope In Toad
  • Infinite Ways to Die
  • Mario Goomba Exchange
  • Won’t Lock It Down
  • I’ve Forgotten What I Was Looking For
  • I’ve Got a Headache
  • Ninja Steve
  • Bacon Pancakes
  • Answer Me Now…
  • All the Other Boys
  • The Pocket God Update Song
  • Oreo Love

Jonathan Mann Discography

  • Animals (2014)
  • Song A Day: Year Five (2013)
  • Song A Day: Year Four (2012)
  • Song A Day: The Album (2012)
  • Song A Day: Year Three (2011)
  • Song A Day: The Album (2011)
  • Song A Day: Year Two (2011)
  • Song A Day: Year One (2010)
  • Barefoot in the Family Tree EP (2009)
  • Tonight I’m Gonna Shave My Head (2007)
  • The Mushroom Singdom Vol. 0-3 (2007)
  • The Mario Opera: Acts 2 + 3 Demos (2006)
  • The Mario Opera: Act 1 (demos) (2005)
  • Songs for Girls (2005)
  • There Are So Many Possibilities (2004)
  • I’ve Got A Bigger Radio (2004)
  • Novox The Robot (2004)


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