Jacks Mannnequin Posters

Friday 09th of December 2016 07:16:03 PM

by King






Posters for Jack’s Mannequin


Poster for a postponed Jack’s Mannequin Concert in Portland Oregon

Jacks Mannequin Concert Poster

Jack's Mannequin Concert Poster

Jack’s Mannequin  Concert Poster for their April 3, 2009 Portland Oregon Concert at the Roseland Theater

with Matt Nathanson and Low V. Diamond.

Price $9.99
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The band Jack’s Mannequin, is a principle project for Andrew McMahon. McMahon

hails from Orange County in California.

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Andrew McMahon first gained fame in the band “Something Corporate” where he

contributed in songwriting with Josh Partington.

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Jack’s Mannequin came about after Mcmahon wantedto record songs that would

not fit in with the “Something Corporate” style.

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A personal note about Mcmahon, he has recovered from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.

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Fan favorites among the Jack’s Mannequin songs are “Dark Blue” and “The Mixed tape”.

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For fans of Jack’s Mannequin, this poster is a must have.



After playing more than an hour of up-tempo pop numbers Saturday, Jack’s Mannequin lead singer Andrew McMahon returned front and center for the repetition, and he played piano on a slower variation of the band’s favorite track, “Swim.”.

McMahon quietly told the stuffed crowd at First Avenue cocktail lounge that the track was deeply personal to him. The lyrics to “Swim” are about keeping your head above water, as life is seemingly crashing down all around you, and keeping progressing, no matter what.
In 2005, McMahon was detected with leukemia, right as the band was completing deal with their first CD. Now simply 29, McMahon is totally recovered and healthy. The band released their third disc, “Things and individuals,” in October, and it debuted at No. 1 on the alternative rock cd chart. In an additional sign of their growing popularity, they executed on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Jan. 11, 2012.

McMahon’s lyrics are fantastic, filled with positive outlook and hope. His tunes capture that he has been offered a new lease on life. His voice is pleading and urgent; my sweetheart discovered it a bit whiny, however I think it’s his passion coming through.

Jack’s Mannequin applies an outstanding show for a little, largely-unknown band. McMahon played piano throughout the 20-song, 85-minute set, however he hardly could sit still. He bounces up and down on his feces, and occasionally knocks it over while jumping around. First Avenue cocktail lounge was loaded – not a sellout – however perhaps 1,000 followers were on hand.

To my surprise, the band played “My Racing Thoughts” practically right away; the tune is the lead solitary off “Things and people” and it’s the tune they used Leno’s show earlier in the month.
From there, Jack’s Mannequin ripped through one enjoyable pop song after an additional, with positive lyrics and McMahon pouring his heart out. Most of the tunes in the middle of the set were off of “People and Things,” which I unquestionably have no idea along with the product from their first two CDs.

In no surprise, they conserved their most well-known tracks, “The Resolution,” “Mixed Tape,” and “Dark Blue” for the final numbers in the set.
This was really the 3rd time I’ve seen Jack’s Mannequin execute, as they had formerly opened for Paramore at the Minnesota State Fair, and opened for The Fray at Target Center. It was terrific getting to see them do a complete set, instead of a 30 – or 40-minute opening performance.
No, you probably have not ever heard a Jack’s Mannequin track on a radio station in the Chippewa Valley, but that states more about the minimal selections of radio formats in your area than it does about this band.

In 2005, McMahon was identified with leukemia, right as the band was finishing work on their first CD. His tracks capture that he has actually been provided a new lease on life. Jack’s Mannequin puts on an impressive show for a little, largely-unknown band. McMahon played piano throughout the 20-song, 85-minute set, but he hardly can sit still.




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