Jamvana is proud to announce its partnership with the Orlando Solar Bears hockey team for their 2022-23 season. After more than a decade in the music business, this partnership is the first of its kind for Jamvana and Orlando Solar Bears.
With this momentous partnership, Jamvana’s CEO, Robert Leigh, said, “Jamvana is thrilled to be part of the Orlando Solar Bears! We have a solid team to make this one of the best seasons yet. I’m very thankful to have Jamvana as part of the Orlando community and partnership with the Solar Bears. Team building, working relationships, alongside education about the music industry is very exciting for us. You can catch us losing our voices by cheering along with the fans for our Bears. Let’s go Bears!”
During the Solar Bears’ 2022-23 season, Jamvana will provide exclusively curated music for home games. Jamvana CEO, Robert Leigh, who performs under his moniker ROB ANALYZE, will DJ these events. With more than one million sound recordings distributed to online digital service providers like Spotify and Apple Music, Jamvana will tap into its diverse artist roster and play their music during exclusive Solar Bears events. Furthermore, Jamvana will be the presenting sponsor of the Solar Bears Concert Series.
“A Solar Bears game provides up to three hours of live entertainment, and this latest partnership with Jamvana opens up a tremendous opportunity for us to enhance that experience for our fans,” Solar Bears president Chris Heller said. “Our fans rank among the best in professional hockey, and we owe it to them to deliver a legendary experience that continues to add to the value proposition our games offer.”
About Jamvana: Jamvana is a Spotify-preferred music distribution company based in Orlando, Florida. Founded in 2008 by Robert Leigh, Jamvana has distributed more than 1 million sound recordings for 22,000 record labels and 67,000 artists to date. Artists that use Jamvana include heavyweights like Fabian Mazur, Rain Man (formerly ⅓ of Krewella), Gucci Mane, Ondamike, and DJ Fixx. Labels include Max Vangeli’s NoFace Records, Ravesta Records, Rightsify, and Blackbox Music Group. Earlier this year, Jamvana launched “The Vana Room” podcast which aims to educate musicians on topics across the music business, such as royalties, copyrights, marketing, music production, distribution, and more. Hosts for “The Vana Room” are Jamvana CEO Robert Leigh, dance music journalist and producer Lennon Cihak, and educator Monika “Monique” Mason.
About the Orlando Solar Bears: The Orlando Solar Bears are the proud affiliate of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning and members of the ECHL, the premier “AA” hockey league in North America. In 10 seasons of operation, the team has qualified for the Kelly Cup Playoffs five times. The Solar Bears are owned and operated by the Orlando Magic and the DeVos Family, and play at the AdventHealth Rink at Amway Center, the 2012 Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal Sports Facility of the Year.