Welcome Visitor Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Nashville's Project Music music+tech accelerator names 2015 startup cohort
Comment Print

PROJECT MUSIC of Nashville today announced the eight members of its 2015 music-and-technology accelerator program, which convenes Jan. 18 in the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, where it will run 14 weeks. For earlier coverage, click here.

The eight Project Music cohort startups are:

On The List - Provides comp tickets and other benefits for fans headed to live events, and supports tech-enabled sponsorships. CEO/Founder Jack McCann. Nashville

DART - Online distribution platform for creators of Classical music. CEO/Founder Chris McMurtry. Nashville.

Jammber - An open collaboration platform and digital record label with built-in talent development. CEO/Founder Marcus Dwayne Cobb. Chicago.

HiVolume Media - App designed to support social music experience. CEO/Founder Michael Amburgey. Nashville.

Ear IQ - App for premium headphone market to improve sound quality. CEO/Founder: Stephen Davis. Nashville.

Ripple Music - Cloud-based social network with monetization model for music/sound contributions. CEO/Founder Chad Marcum. Tullahoma.

What's Hubbin - [Changed name to EVAmore] Online platform for local music showcases, with data licensing. CEO/Founder Channing Moreland
Nashville

RMXHTZ - Platform and service for remixing works and derivative works. CEO/Founder Sam Brooker. Nashville. VNC


Related Articles
Share:
Tags: accelerators, Chad Marcum, Channing Moreland, Chris McMurtry, DART, Ear IQ, Entrepreneur Center, EVAmore, HiVolume Media, Jack McCann, Jammber, Karaoke, Marcus Dwayne Cobb, Michael Amburgey, On the List, Project Music, Ripple Music, RMHXTZ, Sam Brooker, startups, Stephen Davis, What's Hubbin


Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: