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Jammber the first and only self-serve, end-to-end rights and royalty administration platform for North America. Our mission is to streamline the complicated process of metadata collection to ensure creatives receive proper credit and faster payment for their work. Comprised of a diverse group of music creators, business and tech experts, the company is based in Chicago and Nashville. Jammber got its start in Nashville's Project Music, the music tech accelerator program, and has acquired over $5.5M in investor funding since it’s conception in 2013.

We currently serve over 600 clients that have created thousands of projects, using tools created by the company. Some of those projects include sessions from Paul McCartney, U2, and One Republic, spanning genres from country to hip-hop.

Jammber in the News

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Jammber, a digital platform that helps artists track music projects and credits, has acquired music rights management company TuneRegistry for an undisclosed sum.


Nashville-based music payment startup Jammber has acquired TuneRegistry for an undisclosed amount in a bid to expand its music rights and royalty administration capabilities.

Music Business Worldwide

Jammber created a suite of software products to help musicians with their workflow and ensure they get credit for the music they produce.

Built In Chicago

The $150 million Rise of the Rest Seed Fund is backed by investors such as Amazon Inc. CEO Jeff Bezos and former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

Nashville Business Journal

Jammber, a workflow management startup for musicians, has joined the list of startups backed by AOL co-founder Steve Case’s Rise of the Rest seed fund.


The music business is littered with stories about songwriters or studio contributors and session musicians who never get the credit — or money — they’re often due for their work on hit songs.


Jammber was publicly launched in May, and is supported by a client base spanning seven countries and backed by $1.2 million in funding. With offices in Chicago and Nashville, this startup is gaining a lot of traction quickly


Entrepreneur Marcus Cobb was hard at work on an app that could help musicians connect with each other, bringing in investors and even participating in an accelerator.

Chicago Tribune

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The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and Nashville Entrepreneur Center




The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and Nashville Entrepreneur Center


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