Jon Mullane is an internationally acclaimed rock singer/songwriter with a passion for excellence and a power
to inspire. His albums have been released to audiences and accolades in North America, Europe, and Asia.
His music has been featured in numerous commercials and television shows, he has released several
charting radio singles, and has an extensive list of concert appearances. His recent single, the touching
power ballad "The One That Got Away" from his album Shift, is a charted top 40 hit in Canada and
has made a strong emotional connection with listeners & fans.
“What a beautiful song ‘The one that got away’... I am positive it will touch many hearts (like it touched
- Kathleen (JM Fan)
In an era where commercial radio play and chart success is dominated by major label artists, Jon’s success
in this domain is a reflection of his ability to write songs that connect with listeners - songs that mirror the
emotions of the human condition intertwined with timeless and inspirational themes, positive messages, and
observations of modern culture.
And as his story continues to unfold, Jon's success as a radio charting artist keeps moving forward with his
newest single, "My New American Girl", a fun, playful super catchy pop song that has broken into the top 40
on the Billboard Hot AC Indicator chart in the US. The song is the first single from his new album, Shine,
set for release in 2013 and features a diverse range of rock/pop songs with undeniable hooks, epic ballads
and meaningful lyrics.
Shift was released in Canada through Flying Disc Records and in Europe through UK label Escape Music in
2010. The album builds upon the genre-defying diversity Jon has always brought to his music. Recorded in
Halifax and Toronto with producer and co-writer Creighton Doane, Shift features 10 tracks of energetic rock
with infectious hooks, including the remixed CHR/Dance version of Jon's hit single "Make You Move".
"Mullane's songs have a mass appeal, not just in North America but globally...”
- Bob Mersereau, Telegraph Journal
In 2008, Jon’s song "Make You Move" was chosen by NBC TV for their Summer Olympic promo commercials.
The tune brought Jon’s sound to North America in a big way. It achieved multi-format chart success and
garnered extensive radio airplay. In 2009, "Make You Move" was nominated for Single of the Year at the
East Coast Music Awards.
“Shift continued where my last album, The Source, left off – a shift in momentum, a shift in direction, and
a shift in energy”, says Jon. "Now it's time to Shine."
Released through Universal Canada in 2007, Jon’s ‘renaissance debut’ The Source, produced by Haywire’s
David Rashed, found success internationally through Jon’s following in Europe and Asia as well as in North
America. The power pop single, "Go The Distance" garnered extensive radio play in Canada and hit the
number one position on the iconic U.S. music industry publication Cashbox on their Indie Rock chart. The
album also received a 4 ½ star review from the magazine.
Having lost both parents while still very young, then overcoming a potentially career-ending case of tinnitus,
Jon Mullane has laid everything on the line for his career. Whether it's his fascination with UFOs (hence, the
name-source of his own Flying Disc Records), his status as a former tennis pro, his degree in psychology or
even his venturing towards law school – before being wisely put back on the music path by those who
recognized his emerging talent.