REBELMANNÂ® is exactly what the trademarked name implies:Â REBEL â€“ MANN. The teen rock band sensation from Chicago consists of siblings Clayton Mann, and his twin brothers, Johnathon and Bryce Mann. Music is obviously what they do.Â Schooled in the arts from a very early age; the Mann brothers have combined training on piano, viola, cello, bass guitar, guitar, and drums.Â All three brothers played in their schoolâ€™s orchestra, and remain schooled in music today. It is with this desire to play â€œrealâ€ music, that the Mann brothers chose the name of their band â€“ REBELMANNÂ® . The name “REBEL”Â because they play “real” music, no computers, no backing tracks, just live music; and “MANN,”Â well because that is obvious.Â In addition to their band name, all 3 brothers helped design their trademarked crossed-guitar logo.Â With the clashing lefty and righty guitars, the broken strings represent the brotherâ€™s hard-hitting sound of rock â€˜n roll.Â Johnathon added the â€˜electrical sparksâ€™ around the guitars, Clayton the barbed wire, and Bryce the wings as a nod to the history of rock ‘n roll.
The Mannâ€™s are serious about music. Their resume validates it: The famed Whisky-a-Go-Go on the Hollywood Sunset Strip, not once, but twice; called back by Whisky management to open for LA Guns New Yearâ€™s Eve. That was when Clayton was just 12 years old. Second place – on a coin toss – at the Chicago Hard Rock Battle of the Bands; a 3 AM encore decided that one! (Yes, 3 AM, at just 13 and 16 years old.) Nashville has been played, Dallas too; not to mention the MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Currently, REBELMANNÂ® is a touring artist on the anti-bullying Teen Nation Tour, set to rock NASCARâ€™s Charlotte Motor Speedway this October. They simply call it, â€œon the grind.â€Â
And then thereâ€™s Gene Simmons, the iconic bassist and founder of the megaband, KISS. Â Would you ever believe a headline to read like this?
Yes, Clayton Mann pulled that one off too!
Itâ€™s all good with Mr. Simmons. REBELMANNÂ® attended the Rock Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas where they met the iconic bassist, along with former KISS guitarist, Bruce Kulick, who now mentors the young band of brothers.