Billy Mann is a Grammy-nominated multi-platinum hit songwriter, producer, artist, executive and entrepreneur. Mann’s active discography includes P!nk, Cher, Sting, John Legend, Take That, Kelly Rowland, Hall & Oates, Martina McBride, Celine Dion, among others, and has written numerous Top 10 hits around the globe and achieved sales of over 125 Million albums.
Beginning as an A&M artist in 1994, after two solo albums, Mann’s ambition helped him pivot towards writing, producing and entrepreneurialism. In 2001, he founded Stealth Entertainment, a talent development company with special focus on brand partnerships. EMI acquired Stealth in 2007 Mann was soon-after appointed to EMI’s Board and thereafter President of International/Global Artist Management, overseeing EMI’s rosters in over 30 countries overseeing the careers of such artists as David Guetta, Pablo Alboran, Robyn, Zoe, Helene Fischer, Tiziano Ferro and many others. In late 2010, Mann was appointed President of Creative-BMG North America before becoming CEO of Green & Bloom/Topline the following year. An aggressive, songwriter-led publisher, in only 4 years Green & Bloom/Topline has offices on both coasts, over 40 songwriters, more than 3,000 copyrights and chart-topping successes around the globe representing copyrights that vary from David Guetta to Eric Clapton to John Legend and more. In 2012, Mann founded Manncom Creative, a management company that represents other independent minded creative talents like Alex Aiono, Christian Medice, Jacob Whitesides, Oh Honey, Veronica Ferraro and others.
Mann is a national board member of Autism Speaks serving on the Advocacy, Strategic and Digital Committees, co-founder of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation and was an elected Governor of Songwriters in New York for the National Academy of Arts & Sciences (Grammys). In 2007, Mann helped draft the Autism Policy for the Obama/Biden Presidential campaign (also securing a dedicated “autism” destination on their digital platform) and later had the honor of watching his oldest son, Jasper, receive the first pen in the Oval Office from President Obama after he signed H.R. 2005, the Combatting Autism Reauthorization Act in 2011. In December 2013, The Manns were presented The Champion Award at The Autism by friend Senator Bob Casey (PA), original sponsor of the ABLE Act. Mann resides in Connecticut and is a proud husband and father of four children.