Performance Info

Saturday, January 27, 2018 - 12:00pm to 12:40pm
NAMM Marriott Stage

Artist Info

vocals, guitar
Jon Mullane
lead guitar, backing vocals
Rob Bonfiglio
bass, backing vocals
Marcus Blake
drums
Fernando Perdomo
keyboards, backing vocals
Jesse David Corti
backing vocals
Suzie Jagger-Richards
Genre:
Rock
Endorsed By:
Gibson, Sennheiser
Born Beautiful (radio mix) by Jon Mullane
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My New American Girl by Jon Mullane, Hit #32 on the Billboard Hot AC Chart
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Eternal Life (radio mix) by Immortelle, a new project by Jon Mullane and Suzie Jagger-Richards
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Jon Mullane

Hometown:
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Jon Mullane is an award-winning rock singer-songwriter, originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, who has gained international acclaim and success with his music. He's had several Canadian top 40, Billboard-charting radio singles, and his song, My New American Girl, broke into the top 40 at #32 on the Hot AC Billboard Chart in the US. His songs have been featured on numerous television shows, commercials and sporting events, including his hit single, Make You Move, on NBC promoting the Beijing Olympics.

Jon is a dynamic performer, whose songs instantly connect with audiences in any concert setting, large and small, and his list of concert and television appearances throughout North America is extensive, including performing at such legendary and iconic venues as The Viper Room and House of Blues in Hollywood, CA, 12th & Porter in Nashville, TN, and the Gibson Stage at NAMM in Anaheim, CA. His touring rock band consists of guitar, bass, keys, and drums. Jon also performs acoustically as a duo with his guitarist, Rob Bonfiglio of Wilson Phillips fame.

Jon is also embarking on a new project, Immortelle. Creating a new force in Rock, Immortelle emerged in 2017 with their debut single, “Eternal Life”. Immortelle is comprised of Jon Mullane and Suzie Jagger-Richards, a talented songstress who was previously a member of the national touring act, The Nash Sisters. Featuring powerful vocals that converge with soaring melodies and epic musical arrangements, their ethereal rock conveys both a sense of mystery and timelessness. “Eternal Life” is available on iTunes and Spotify now.
Instagram/Twitter: @immortelleband

Jon’s single and music video, Born Beautiful, from his album SHINE, has been gaining extensive exposure and recognition since its release. In addition to the song receiving commercial radio airplay and national charting, Jon has formed partnerships through the music video with several mental health organizations, including The Campaign to Change Direction (www.changedirection.org - US), the Canadian Mental Health Association (www.CMHA.ca), and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (www.NAMI.org – US), to help raise awareness and change the culture of mental health. The video for Born Beautiful is the winner of the 2016 LA Music Critics Award for Best Video (Official) Male, the 2016 Hollywood Music in Media Award (HMMA) for Best Independent Music Video and the 2016 International Music and Entertainment Award (IMEA) for Music Video of the Year.
View the music video here: https://youtu.be/qLNzTlj9Eg4

Jon is the subject of a new documentary, "Jon Mullane - Shine On" by John Rosborough of RPM Productions in Halifax, NS, Canada, which documents Jon's musical career as well as his personal struggles and triumphs. The condensed version of the documentary culminates with the worldwide digital release of Jon's album SHINE on September 16, 2016, and was premiered at Jon’s album release party in Hollywood.

Watch the documentary here: https://vimeo.com/184704727

Awards are not new for Jon Mullane. His album SHINE picked up an award for Rock Album of the Year at the IMEAs, and the video for his single, Any Other Way, won Best Independent Music Video at the 2014 Hollywood Music in Media Awards.

As his inspiring story continues to unfold, Jon Mullane defines what a real artist is… embracing an unbridled passion for and dedication to his music, combined with an authenticity that connects him with his fans.

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