Jack Maness

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Jack Maness
Background information
OriginLong Beach, California, United States
Instrumentsguitar, keyboard
Years active1992–present
LabelsSkunk Records
Associated actsDubcat
Long Beach Dub Allstars

Jack Maness is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and keyboardist.

Maness began his career singing and playing guitar on Sublime's "Rivers of Babylon", and later joining the Long Beach Dub Allstars as a keyboardist.[1] He was a founding member of Dubcat and has recently released his debut solo album Simple Man featuring members of Dubcat, Slightly Stoopid, and motown bass legend Carol Kaye. Jack's work has been licensed to Lexus auto, Procter and Gamble Bounce fabric softner, and various other medias. He has also collaborated with Reggae legend Half Pint on a track entitled "Unity" on Half Pint release entitled No Stress Express, Jack was invited to Jamaica to play at the 2007 Reggae Sumfest. Jack continues to work as a writer and collaborator on musical projects with various groups.

  • 2018 Jack is currently working with life long band mates from Long Beach Dub All stars be on the lookout for newly recorded material. inc==References==
  1. ^ Ankeny, Jason "Long Beach Dub All-Stars Biography", Allmusic, retrieved 2011-03-05

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