Elmo Lovano is a professional musician, musical director, producer and founder of Jammcard, the Music Professionals Network. He started touring at age 15 and has recorded/performed with Skrillex, Miley Cyrus, Juliette Lewis, Christina Perri, Kilo Kish, James Fauntleroy, Andrew Watt, Avril Lavigne and many more. His passion projects include Pluuto, Symphonic Circles, MYPET and Dirty Murdered Birds. Elmo endorses Remo Drumheads, Vic Firth Drumsticks, Pearl Drums and Sabian Cymbals. In 2008, Elmo created the weekly art and music event Camerata in Hollywood, which was a springboard for the careers of Young The Giant, Skrillex, Dead Sara, Rival Sons, the Growlers and more. Camerata ran for 200 straight weeks before concluding in December of 2010 when Elmo joined Christina Perri on her world tour. In February of 2017, Elmo released the Jammcard app. Forbes called Jammcard a “LinkedIn for musicians." The Jammcard app won Best UI/UX at the Good Design USA Awards. Jammcard partnered with the GRAMMYs for Season 2 of its original web series "How I Got the Gig" (which Elmo hosts) and the app is listed first on The GRAMMYs 11 Music Apps Every Artists Needs. Jammcard is home to some of the top pro’s in music and has become the digital foundation for the music industry.