"Soul Traveler" featured in the 2013 family film "I Heart Shakey"

The Farrelly Brothers' comedy Kingpin (1998) features Jono Manson's performance of "Miss Fabulous"

"Jono Manson is a true American original - a mountain of talent and love." - Kevin Costner

"Winding Roads (1999 Goldenlight) directed by Theodore Melfi, feature's Jono Manson's Holding You Near to Me" - Audio Only

“Collaborating with Jono made for one of the most rewarding composer relationships of our careers.  As filmmakers, music can play a significant role in how the audience responds to a film, and Jono tapped right into the musical storytelling we envisioned.  Dreaming & planning about film music is one thing, but Jono blew us away in how he executed the work with musical precision and a willing flexibility of getting it right.  From our studio backgrounds to the indie films we’re making today, Jono embodies one of the coolest and most talented artists we know”.   - De & Kevin Cooper (Amarok Productions)

Jono Manson's music spans many genres and defies easy definition so it's not surprising that his songs have found homes in such a wide variety of Film, Television and advertising projects. He has also been called upon to craft music custom-made for various projects, including entire scores for several indie films and has a growing number of these credits to his name. From ABC TV's General Hospital to the Farrelly Brothers' Kingpin, from HBO's Silicon Valley to commercials for KIA Motors in Italy, and beyond, Jono Manson's music really gets around!

A FEW HIGHLIGHTS:

Silvia Johnson's 2019 documentary "Making Magic" features original score by Jono Manson

MUSIC FOR FILM, TELEVISION AND ADVERTISING 

Jono Manson's  "Soul Traveler" (2009) became the marketing theme song for Kia Soul in Italy. That's Jono doing the voiceover too!

Silvia Johnson's 2019 documentary "Making Magic" features original score by Jono Manson

“When it comes to musicianship, production, writing, jamming out lyrics and arranging my concepts into recorded songs, producing them, and mixing them down for final master, there is no one that I trust and enjoy working with more than, Jono Manson.” - Gary Farmer (Musician / Actor “Dead Man”, “Smoke Signals”, “Powwow Highway”)

Jono Manson's "Red Wine in the Afternoon" in Italian Kia Sportage commercial

"Honky Tonk in My Mind" featured on the CW Network series Hart of Dixie (2014) - Audio Only

Black Blue Jeans featured end title music for "On the Borderline' (2001 Lionsgate)

The Postman (1997 Warner Bros) features numerous songs written and performed by Jono Manson, including the film's musical centerpiece "Almost Home"

Jono Manson's  "Soul Traveler" became the marketing theme song for Kia Soul in Italy (2009)

"Champipple" is featured in Season 6, Episode 6 of the HBO series Silicon Valley (2019) - Audio Only

“I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Jono Manson and working with him since 1990 and it’s been a great association that’s yielded many dividends on both the creative side as well as the business end.  He’s so talented on a number of levels (many folks will tell you the same), and it never ceases to amaze me the level at which he continues to consistently create new work and the integrity which he puts into everything he does.” 

- Eddie Gomez (Creative Director – Bug Music / Little Brother Music Publishing)

Jono Manson's music spans many genres and defies easy definition so it's not surprising that his songs have found homes in such a wide variety of Film, Television and advertising projects. He has also been called upon to craft music custom-made for various projects, including entire scores for several indie films and has a growing number of these credits to his name. From ABC TV's General Hospital to the Farrelly Brothers' Kingpin, from HBO's Silicon Valley to commercials for KIA Motors in Italy, and beyond, Jono Manson's music really gets around!

"Hanging Out for Your Love" featured in "Eight Days a Week" (1997 Warner Bros)