In 2004, Jack's Mannequin formed in Orange County, California. Andrew McMahon, a piano player and songwriter, created Jack's Mannequin after several years of touring with the band Something Corporate. When his long-term relationship ended due to extensive Something Corporate tours, Andrew McMahon began writing personal songs for Everything in Transit, Jack's Mannequin's debut album. You can hear Andrew McMahon in concert along with Bobby Anderson, Jay McMillan, and Jon Sullivan with cheap Jack's Mannequin tickets.
Andrew McMahon spent over $40,000 of his own savings to produce the concept album Everything in Transit. Fans who appreciated Jack's Mannequin lyrics in songs like "Bruised" wanted discount Jack's Mannequin seats, and the future looked bright. But in 2005, Andrew McMahon found out that he had acute lymphatic leukemia. With the help of chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, Andrew McMahon recovered and began writing songs about his experience. In 2008, Jack's Mannequin released The Glass Passenger, and the album depicts Andrew McMahon's struggle with leukemia.
According to VH1, "there's no doubt Andrew McMahon will be a magnet for audience attention no matter the musical platform." If you liked Something Corporate, you will love Jack's Mannequin concerts.