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Tony Mann

Tony Mann

Rock and Pop Culture Historian 


Film Maker

Costume Designer

Music Production 

Drummer - Studio and Live
Event Production &
Technical Direction
Video Camera Operator 



Live Interview Host


Tony is a multidisciplinary artist working in live production, costume design, music production, photography and more.

He serves as a  valuable member of the crew for Almost Queen: The Ultimate Queen Tribute. 

Tony was production manager for two seasons of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, and technical director for the acclaimed production of Strawberry and Chocolate presented by International Studio Theater.

 He was camera operator and live video mixer for The Mark Kostabi Show, and also served as Mark's archivist, capturing the artists prolific output of paintings in digital, traditional film (35mm and 4x5) and Polaroid formats.

He is co-producer of the documentary film Lost Rockers, and an editor of New York Rock 1966 - 2006, by author Steven Blush.

 Books Tony has contributed to include Lost Rockers, New York Rock, When Rock Met Disco, When Rock Met Reggae, and others. 

  Acting credits including Rueben Amar’s multi-award winning film Swim Little Fish Swim.

 As a musician he played drums with Ornette Coleman and Dee Dee Ramone. He has produced  musical for Jayne County, Phil Gammage , Carrie Able,  SoulCake, Theophobia, No Valentine, She Wolves and others.

 As a costume designer, Tony has dressed iconic musicians such as Joey Ramone, and helped create and construct   garments for the film Zoolander, as well as TV's Mary Tyler Moore and Rhoda: Together Again; Xena: Warrior Princess and more. 

 Recently he created costumes and set dressings for the legendary Kembra Pfahler's shows at Emalin Gallery in London and the Whitney Biennial.

Tony co-founded Fixer Productions in 2014 to keep the lights on the stages that matter.




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