Jammcard, a music professionals network dedicated to helping top-notch musicians find their next gig, has expanded to Nashville. Founded by Elmo Lovano and already launched in Los Angeles, Jammcard offers an invite-only social network for vetted professionals and highly-curated event gatherings. Lovano is a drummer and musical director who has worked with Miley Cyrus, Juliette Lewis and more.
Coined as “LinkedIn For Musicians” by Forbes, Jammcard has been used to assemble live bands for artists including Zedd and Maren Morris (for their performance of “The Middle” at the Billboard Music Awards). Vetted applicants can use the Jammcard app to search for not only musicians, but for producers, stage managers, lighting directors, tour managers, engineers and other professionals. The app also allows members other search options such as searching for candidates by genre or what gear they use.
Jammcard is now accepting applicants from Nashville to join the network, and they are planning their next invite-only celebration, the JammJam, slated for next week in Nashville.
Several in the Nashville community have offered praise for the new offering.
“Jammcard is the ultimate musicians network!” says Aaron Farmer, who has provided musical support for artists including Florida Georgia Line. “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!”
“I’m amped about Jammcard coming to music city!” said Daru Jones, drummer for Jack White, among others. “Looking forward to experiencing the diversity of amazing talents from country, rock, soul and hip-hop.”
For more information on the network, visit jammcard.com.
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