Jammcard is Coming to Atlanta

Jammcard, a social network for music professionals, is after more than a year of being exclusive to Los Angeles musicians now expanding to Atlanta, Georgia.

Jammcard is an invite-only app for music professionals, an efficient platform for creating and sharing creative portfolios which highlight user’s skills, experiences and media related to the industry. This innovative solution is the result of the collaboration between prominent and experienced LA musician, Elmo Lovano, and HTEC team, and was created to facilitate communication and networking between users.

The team reaches out to the musical community in Atlanta to spread the word and include professionals looking to connect with their peers through the app. Elmo Lovano, the founder of Jammcard, says, "Building Jammcard in Los Angeles exceeded our expectations and continues to be fulfilling every day. Atlanta is a powerhouse of musical talent, and I'm excited to do whatever we can to contribute and build the community even stronger by extending our network in such a historic music city." Musicians like Lil John Roberts (played with Stevie Wonder, Janet Jackson, Prince), Devon “Stixx” Taylor (Justin Bieber and PartyNextDoor) and James King (Bruno Mars) all support the move.

To promote Jammcard coming to Atlanta, Chris Moten, Cassius Jay, and Devon "Stixx" Taylor held a gig under the name “Trap Jazz” as part of the famous JammJam series. Jammcard got together with them to bring this new sound to LA with a feature performance at Jammcard's members-only event. You can watch a live video in 360 on YouTube.

Source: Jammcard Instagram

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