We have a wonderful core team here at Jambands.com, many of whom have been here for upwards of seven years, two of whom have been with site founder Dean Budnick from the get go (we launched back in September of 1998): Jesse Jarnow and David Steinberg.
Executive Editor Mike Greenhaus began writing for us while still in college and has long since become indispensible to the site.
We also hail Randy Ray, who along with his steady editorial contributions, checks in regularly with his copyedits (blame us, not him for anything you see, he likely caught it already).
Writers: John Patrick Gatta, Brian Robbins, John Zinkand, Andy Miller, Mike Gruenberg, Patrick Buzby, Dan Alford, Annabel Lukins, Dan Greenhaus, Fady Khalil, William Hastings, Jeff Garbaz, David Paul Kleinman, Brad Farberman, Mark Burnell, Jeremy Sanchez, Scott Bernstein, Jon Hayford, Lauren Sutter, Reanna Feinberg
Photographers: Jeffrey Dupuis, Vikas Nambiar, David Piacitelli, David Vann, Chris Paul, Christopher Shaffner, Norman Sands, Greg Homolka, Tammy Wetzel, Jeff Kravitz (our hero).
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