Andrew McMahon was the singer-songwriter behind the piano-driven bands Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin. His latest career reinvention, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, produced the smash single, "Cecilia and the Satellite," and his most recent hit single "High Dive."
Andrew McMahon’s budding music career took a back seat when he was diagnosed with leukemia. With unwavering family support and treatment, he beat leukemia and started a new chapter. The latest rebirth of his career has been uplifted by the birth of his daughter, Cecilia.
"Whether it’s philanthropy or writing songs that mean something to people, it’s good karma and feels good to live that way.” – Andrew McMahon
Since reinventing himself as Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, McMahon has seen the biggest success of his 15-plus year career. His "Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness" album produced the smash single, "Cecilia and the Satellite." It received more than 19 million Spotify plays and became a Top 5 hit across both Alternative and AAA radio, a Top 20 hit at Hot AC, and also climbed the Pop chart.
"Cecilia and the Satellite" has been featured on FOX's "Red Band Society" trailer, MTV's "Real World," and on the TV promo for Warner Bros. Pictures’ film "Pan." McMahon has performed the single on "CONAN" and on "TODAY."
He is set to tour North America this summer as a special guest on Panic! At The Disco and Weezer’s co-headline tour, and will also perform AMITW headline dates and festival shows including BottleRock, Laurelive, and Forecastle.
Aside from his professional successes, McMahon is a leukemia survivor and founder of the Dear Jack Foundation, which advocates for and supports initiatives that benefit young adults diagnosed with cancer.