Jambands.com was founded in 1998 by a team of individuals eager to spread the good word about a variety of bands then ignored by the mainstream media. While other outlets caught on (eventually), we’re still here, sharing the good word. Jambands.com is a part of the Relix Media Group LLC and shares a variety of resources with the mighty Relix Magazine.
Founder/Editor in Chief Dean Budnick
Executive Editor Mike Greenhaus
Senior Editors Rob Slater, Matt Inman
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Relix Media Group:
Publisher Peter Shapiro
Relix Magazine Editor-in-Chief Dean Budnick
Relix Magazine Editor-in-Chief Mike Greenhaus
Associate Editor Rob Slater
Assistant Editor, Online + Social Media Matt Inman
Copy Editor Amy Jacques
Editor Emeritus Josh Baron
Editor-at-Large Jaan Uhelszki
Contributing Editors Richard B. Simon, Jeff Tamarkin, Jesse Jarnow
Art Direction & Design Andy Turnbull
Production Artist Deb Schuler/Red Herring Design
Associate Publisher, Senior Vice President Rachel Seiden Baron
Integrative Sales Manager Olivia Millman
Senior Sales Associate Colby Casoria
Sales Associates Angela Ribbler
Manager, Ad Operations and Circulation Kristen DeTroia
Events & Marketing Associate Chris Mocharla
Marketing Coordinator Jonny Pepperman
Manager, Sales & Business Development Mallory Factor, Mallory@hear-there.com
Online Production Manager Alex Halky, Alex@hear-there.com
Chief Financial Officer Dale Hirschman
Executive Assistant to the Publisher Bradley Tucker
Online Video Manager Brian Stollery
Assistant Editor, Online + Social Media Sam D’Arcangelo
Assistant Online Editor Wayan Zoey
Vice President, Relix Media Group Mike Greenhaus
Administrative Coordinator Carly Field
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