Memphis-born singer/songwriter Bito Mann graduated from The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences. Following his musical passion he worked as an assistant engineer at A&M Recording Studios Hollywood (now Henson Studios), where he collaborated with peers and mentors in forming the Los Angeles-based band Sonnybones. Sonnybones stirred up major buzz in the music industry after being featured on MTV and working with hit producer Joe Barresi.
Bito later hit the road with his national-touring band Arithmetic of War, after securing representation by major management company The Firm, touring with bands such as, Flyleaf, Static-X, Trust Company, and Braking Benjamin. Since then, he has had the opportunity to write and produce diverse projects ranging from heavy metal, Diemanic, to releasing an alternative-rock album, Phoenix, to writing and working with independent Christian and Country artists. These diverse experiences helped him to hone his skills.
As a professional songwriter, Bito's music has been used in feature films such as, Step Into Liquid, television shows such as One Tree Hill and Beyond The Break, as well in the EA Sports video game NBA 2K11.
Following a life-altering mid-air collision, Bito re-focused his songwriting, and uses music to share stories that resonate and mesmerize in their truthful reflection of the vicissitudes of life. His music is impacted by his faith and family, and other Nashville-based musicians with whom he collaborates.