Johnny Mann is best known for his 42 albums that he arranged and conducted for his Johnny Mann Singers resulting in five Grammy Award nominations and two Grammy Awards.
He is a composer, arranger, conductor, entertainer and recording star. His super talented young singers appeared with him in Chevrolet\'s weekly syndicated series, \"Stand Up and Cheer\", which enjoyed a three-year run on national TV and many tours around the country.
Along with being musical director of the original, \"Alvin and The Chipmunks\" TV series, he sang the voice of Theodore. Mann has worked over the years with George Gobel, Johnny Mathis, Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Julie London, Steve Allen and was Danny Kay\'s conductor on a 12 week tour.
With limitless energy and enthusiasm, Mann sincerely espouses the positive and good of America through his entertainment. He was invited to perform at the White House twice during President Nixon\'s reign to entertain Imelda Marcos and first time Russian visitor to the U.S., Leonid Breschnev, General Secretary of the U.S.S.R.
Mann\'s devotion to his country has made him the recipient of four consecutive awards from The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, top awards from The Disabled American Veterans, The Medal of Honor from The National DAR, the Silver Helmet Award from The AMVETS. The National Honor Medal from the Veterans of Foreign Wars and numerous citations from The American Legion. Mann has appeared twice as Guest Conductor of the world famous United States Air Force Band and Singing Sergeants in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.