> About Laura Mann

Laura Mann’s music appeals to a wide range of audience tastes and genres, including fans of pop, alternative and indie rock. Laura has appeared on Star Search, SXSW Festival, and performed on NPR’s “Mountain Stage” radio program. She has shared the stage with artists such as Warron Zevon, Dave Mason, Steve Forbert, Bobby Caldwell and many others.

Laura’s talent has attracted the attention of a number of luminaries in the music industry: She has had songs personally written for her, and co-written with her, by an impressive list of talented Grammy Award-nominated songwriters, including Lowen & Navarro (Pat Benatar’s “We Belong”), Eric Bazilian (Joan Osbourne’s “What If God Was One of Us”), and Robert Hazard (Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”), as well as Grammy Award-winning songwriter Scot Sax (Co-writer of Faith Hill & Tim McGraw’s multi-Platinum “Like We Never Loved at All”).

She has also worked with top musicians, including guitarist Vernon Reid (of Living Colour) on one of her songs called “Laughing to Myself.” Laura is currently working with multi-Grammy-nominated producer Mitch Goldfarb and Charlton Pettus who is a producer and guitarist for Tears For Fears and many others. Laura opened a music venue in March 2018 called The Living Room At 35 East in Ardmore, PA which just featured artists such as Jeffrey Gaines, Dan Navarro, Minas, and Julia Othmer to name a few. The Living Room At 35 East showcases Bands, Singer Songwriters, Eclectic Films and Poetry.

The Living Room at 35 East is located at 35 East Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, PA 19003, and the website can be seen at www.TheLivingRoomat35East.com

Laura’s music is available for digital download from iTunes, Amazon and numerous streaming services everywhere.