Jack McManus is an incredibly talented multi-instrumentalist songwriter and producer, once signed to Polydor as an artist, now based in Surrey, Jack has evolved into a sought after 100% writer in his own right. His ability to write for all genres, has made a name for Jack as a real ‘go to’ writer, penning hits across all Pop, M.O.R. and Dance domains. Originally cutting his teeth in the Pop world with his work on The Wanted’s platinum selling album ‘Battleground’ (inc the hit ‘Warzone’) and collaborating with Stooshe on their ‘Love Me’ single, which peaked at No.5 in the UK Singles Chart, helped to turn heads with A&R.
More recently Jack has written singles with artists including The Chainsmokers, Afrojack, Benny Benassi, Thomas Jack (inc ‘Rivers’ which clocked up over 60million streams) and regularly writes singles for Dance label institutions inc Armada, Spinnin’ and FFRR. His work with artists including The Shires, Betsy (inc current single ‘You Won’t Love Me’), Martine McCutcheon and Dan Owen demonstrates the strength in his more conventional writing style which has earned him three “A list” records on BBC Radio 2 this year.
Jack continues to write with a diverse range of artists including the first single with Decca’s Andy Brown, Zach Said (Insanity), Twinnie (BMG), Leon Arkhade (RCA), James Hype (Warners) Amber Run and has songs being produced by Icarus, Basic Tape, Frank Walker and J Pryor for their projects, amongst many.
Jack McManus co-writes ‘Skyline’ by Möwe
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Jack McManus Co-Writes ‘Brother’ by Little Giants
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Jack McManus Co-Writes ‘Waiting’ By BETSY
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Jack McManus Song Features On The Shires Album
‘Desperate’, written by Blue Raincoat …
‘Desperate’, written by Blue Raincoat Songs’ own Jack McManus has made it onto the second album of country duo, The Shires, entitled My Universe. The UK two-piece have found a new home with Big Machine, the Nashville-based label; a signing secured off the back of what was the fastest selling UK Country LP in history.Listen here