Andrew McMahon

An Acoustic Evening with Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness & Friends

The Pen & The Piano Tour

Allen Stone
Zac Clark and Bob Oxblood of Jack’s Mannequin

presented by Live Nation

Friday, April 20 at 7:30 PM
$28.50, $36.50

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Andrew McMahon, of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin fame, has reinvented himself as Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness and has seen the biggest success of his 16-year career with hit single, “Cecilia and the Satellite.”  His latest album Zombies On Broadway is a follow up to the eponymous album that produced the smash single, “Cecilia and the Satellite,” which became a Top 5 hit across both Alternative and AAA radio, Top 10 hit at Hot AC and which also climbed up the Pop chart. “Cecilia and the Satellite” found great commercial success having been featured on FOX’s “Red Band Society” trailer, MTV’s “Real World,” and the TV promo for Warner Bros. Pictures’ film PAN. McMahon performed the single on “CONAN” and on “TODAY.” Most recently, he completed a massive summer tour across North America with Weezer and Panic! At The Disco. The lead single off the new record, “Fire Escape,” flew up the Alternative radio chart reaching Top 10 at Alt Radio and Top 5  on Billboard’s Alternative Song chart. His current single, “So Close,” is climbing Top 30 at Alt radio.

Aside from his professional successes, McMahon is a 10-year survivor of leukemia and founder of the Dear Jack Foundation, one of the first Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) specific cancer foundations which advocates for and supports initiatives that benefit AYAs diagnosed with cancer. McMahon lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 10 years Kelly and their daughter Cecilia.





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