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5 Minutes with... 

Eddy Mann is a folk musician and songwriter from Philadelphia. He is also a worship leader, teacher, speaker and a dedicated family man. 

1. Who or what has been the biggest influence on your career? 

My faith is most likely the strongest influence of my career. I’m a creative at heart. I create because I have to. Realising that music was my gift, that it was my platform to be heard was, and still is life changing. I feel I have a defined purpose and it keeps me moving forward.

The Constant 

Well the arrival of fall finds me leaving town for a bit. I'll be heading south for all of this month and maybe a week or two in November. Experiencing the autumn season away from home will be something new. It seems I've always been up north in the past, so I'm curious as to what I'll miss, and how it'll sit with me. 

In this season of my life I find myself becoming more aware of the smaller things, the simpler things. God in His own magnificent way has created so many little intricacies in our minutes, hours, and days. It astounds me. I get overwhelmed just imagining them.

"Re:Prize" drops September 06, 2016 

As the years have rolled by and several albums have gratefully sold out, many folks have requested songs that were no longer available in CD form. And so after much prayer comes the birth of ‘Re:Prize.’ This collection of re-mastered, and sometimes remixed songs, was created from the most engaging moments of ‘The Twelve’, ‘Something Beautiful & New’ and ‘Who We Are.’ 

Re:Prize drops on September, 06, 2016 and will be available for download everywhere. Want a CD? Buy one here! 

Exposed Vocals sits down with Eddy 

Exposed Vocals sits down with Eddy Mann for an exclusive interview.

Exposed Vocals: So tell us your story. Where did you grow up? What made you decide to become an artist? 

Eddy Mann: I was born and bred in Philadelphia, PA where I currently call home. My father was a pianist and had a be-bop quintet. My mother was also a creative person, designing clothing and singing me songs as a way to pass down her culture. I never had early aspirations of becoming a singer or songwriter, it just happened naturally as I grew into adolescence. I was painfully shy as a child until I discovered the guitar. It really allowed me to find a voice and develop confidence both creatively and socially.


Who's on Your Mt. Rushmore? 

I lost a friend this past month. I lost someone who is responsible for shaping much of what I do these days. I lost a mentor, someone who believed in me, someone who who took a chance with me, and someone who sensed the spirit that was working through me. 

I've come to realize that I've lost a man who belongs on my personal Mt. Rushmore. This realization opened my mind to wander back and to revisit some of the key moments in my life and to evaluate their importance in shaping the man I've become.

Coming up... 

Saturday, June 16, 2018 (7:00pm)
IMEA Awards (3 Nominations)
1300 Winchester Avenue
Ashland, KY 41101

Saturday, July 28, 2018 (7:00pm)
He-Brews Cafe (combo)
1700 Limestone Road
Wilmington, DE

Saturday, August 04, 2018 (2:45pm)
Lake Fest (trio)
Pole 187
Harvey's Lake, PA

Monday, August 06, 2018 (7:00pm)
Karen's Place Summer Series (combo)
590 N Broad Street
Doylestown, PA 18901

Friday, August 10, 2018 (7:00pm)
Edgely Cafe Night (combo)
1119 Edgely Ave.
Bristol, PA 18901

Saturday, August 11, 2018 (7:00pm)
Good New Coffee House (combo)
172 White Plains Road
Broxville, NY 10708