Marc Mann is an American keyboardist, guitarist, programmer, arranger and conductor. Mann has a Master's Degree in Music from UCLA. Mann is known for his work with Oingo Boingo, Jeff Lynne and Electric Light Orchestra. Mann is credited as performer, arranger or producer on 54 albums. Mann is a long time collaborator with Danny Elfman in such films as the Men in Black series, Mars Attacks!, Sleepy Hollow, plus many more. He is usually credited for MIDI supervision and some orchestrations. On stage he is recognisable because he usually wears a cap.
Mann was supposed to play with the Electric Light Orchestra on their tour for the promotion of their album Zoom. Mann played rhythm guitar and lead on some tracks and also keyboards. However, the tour was cancelled.
In January 1994, Mann was hired by Lynne to help clean a few of John Lennon's cassettes, that the remaining Beatles McCartney, Harrison and Ringo Starr had finished with and turned a few songs into Beatles songs.
Since then Mann has continued his collaboration with Lynne and Elfman (being credited for involvement in films such as Frankenweenie and Mr. Peabody & Sherman) as well as providing support for bands like Thenewno2.
- "Marc Mann discography at Discogs". Discogs. Retrieved 30 June 2013.
- Everett, Walter (1999). The Beatles As Musicians: Revolver Through the Anthology (illustrated ed.). Oxford University Press. pp. 286–287. ISBN 9780195129410.
- Leng, Simon (2006). While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Music of George Harrison (reprint ed.). Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 293. ISBN 9781423406099.
- "Concert for George". Concert for George. Retrieved 30 June 2013.
- Marc Mann on IMDB