Mann, Aimee (1960–)

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Mann, Aimee (1960–)

American musician. Born Sept 8, 1960, in Richmond, VA; studied bass at Berklee College of Music; m. Michael Penn (singer and songwriter), Dec 29, 1997.

Joined Boston punk group, Young Snakes; with guitarist Robert Holmes, drummer Michael Hausman, and keyboardist Joey Pesce, formed band, 'Til Tuesday (1982), which won music contest and recording deal; with band, released debut album, Voices Carry (1985), with hit title song, and unsuccessful album, Everything's Different Now (1988), then disbanded; after 5 years, disentangled self from band's Epic Records contract and released critically acclaimed solo album, Whatever (1993); signed with Geffen Records and released 2nd album, I'm with Stupid (1995); joined husband in Acoustic Vaudeville Tour; recorded many songs for soundtrack of film, Magnolia (1999); released Bachelor No. 2 on own label, SuperEgo (2000).