“The Jammcard Nashville era begins! I watched it work in L.A. and I watched it work in Atlanta. Proud to have been on board with this juggernaut of a community from early on and am next level excited to finally have Jammcard in Nashville. Gone are the days of aimlessly searching for and trying to vet players for real opportunities. Now we have Jammcard. Get into it.”
– Ian O’Neill (drums) Lady Antebellum
“Jammcard is a great networking tool that can immediately connect you to thousands of musicians. I recently used it to find a keyboard player for a late night TV performance. Excited that it’s finally coming to Nashville to bring the music community even closer together.”
– Chris Wrate (bandleader, guitarist) Kelsea Ballerini
“Jammcard is the ultimate musicians network! You have all these amazing players who you can relate to, collab with, and build some solid friendships along the way! With Nashville being such a thriving community of musicians, Jammcard seems like it was the only thing missing!”
– Aaron Farmer (keys, guitar, background vocals) Florida Georgia Line
“I’m really excited for the Nashville Jammcard launch! Jammcard is a fantastic networking tool for music pros to connect. I’m really stoked to see it arrive here in TN.”
– Andy Wood (guitar) Rascal Flatts
“I’m amped about Jammcard coming to music city! Looking forward to experiencing the diversity of amazing talents from country, rock, soul and hip-hop.”
– Daru Jones (drums) Jack White, Talib Kweli
“Nashville is ready and excited to embrace you, Jammcard!”
– Maureen Murphy (background vocals) Zac Brown Band
“Whether it’s touring or writing, I’ve been able to expand my network with Jammcard. I’ve made connections that have turned into new opportunities and new friendships from other genres across the country.”
– Tom Beaupre (bass) Florida Georgia Line
AUGUST 6, 2018 – Jammcard, the rising Los Angeles-founded music tech startup ultimately known as the Music Professionals Network and coined the “LinkedIn for musicians” by Forbes, announces today that they’re planting roots in the thriving music hub of Nashville. Jammcard, founded by Elmo Lovano, connects the community by way of an invite-only social network for vetted pros and highly curated, exclusive event gatherings. Lovano is a well-known drummer and musical director who has worked with Juliette Lewis, Skrillex, James Fauntleroy, Miley Cyrus and Christina Perri, among many others.
“Nashville is one of my favorite cities. The tap of talent there seems endless and I’m super excited to build our member base there,” shares Lovano (Jammcard Founder/CEO). “Our members in Nashville have already started to seed the network and are some of the kindest, hardest working people I’ve come across. Our team is happy and humbled to have the privilege of building Jammcard in one of the most prolific music cities in the world.”
The Jammcard app is credited for assembling live bands for some of today’s biggest acts, such as Gwen Stefani, Zedd, Maren Morris, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jason Derulo and Grace VanderWaal, and more. In addition, Jammcard curates its signature monthly live event called the JammJam, which have included takeovers of Tower Records and Capitol Records. The latter event featured a performance by Ty Dolla $ign, who, as a member of Jammcard, volunteered his talents for free. Earlier this year, the app won Best UI/UX at the Good Design USA Award. Jammcard also has partnerships for original content with the GRAMMYs (How I Got the Gig) and YouTube (JammJam VR).
Last month, the community successfully expanded to Atlanta. To celebrate, Jammcard held one of their flagship JammJams with a headline performance by the Trap Jazz All Stars featuring Cassius Jay (Cardi B, Future, Migos), Devon “Stixx” Taylor (Justin Bieber, Post Malone), and Chris “Mox” Moten (D.R.A.M., Bebe Rexha), as well as an improv set featuring Pastor Troy and band members from Outkast, Justin Timberlake, Migos, Musiq Soulchild and more. The JammJam even warranted a surprise appearance by “Trap God” Zaytoven.
Today, due to an immense interest from the Nashville community, Jammcard is expanding to Nashville and accepting applicants to join the network. The community is planning their invite-only celebration, the JammJam, slated to hit Nashville on August 14th with very special guests. To inquire, please contact Cory Councill at Big Hassle Media (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information on Jammcard and membership applications, visit jammcard.com.
BIG HASSLE MEDIA