The Jam Roc Conglomerate - jam roc global productions



The Jam Roc Conglomerate - jam roc global productions
The Jam Roc Conglomerate
99 E 2ND. ST. # 77
PH. 646-750-0045
FAX. 516-740-0793
EMAIL: [email protected]
n 1984, A
started Jam Roc Productions LLC. This
production company grew in various
areas, including, but not limited to:
Restaurant by the
* Special Event Development
* Event Productions
Restaurant was created. Started by the
* Event equipment rentals
Lyn Family, it has become a legendary,
* Event Management and staffing
family owned and operated place of
* Marketing and Promotions
eatery in Rosedale, Queens NY. After
* Media purchasing
much success and growth over a few
* Public Relations
years, in 1990, the second Nakisaki
* Company branding
Restaurant, Catering Hall and Night
* Sponsorship & Company Merger
Club was started in Hempstead, NY. In
1996, the Jam Roc Cafe and nightclub
* Full legal and accounting services
was also created in Hempstead, NY.
* Full Catering Services
Nakisaki Restaurant seated 263
necessity to market and promote the
people in the dining room and the
Nakisaki and Jam Roc brands, in
Catering Hall and the Night Club had
1997 the Lyn Family's son, Earl Lyn Jr.,
a capacity of 800 people. The Jam Roc
Cafe and Night Club had a capacity of
Booth, John Holt, Iwa George, Kevin
2,500 people. With that being said, as
Little, and many other artists.
venue owners and operators it became
not only a priority, but a necessity to
Tuesdays became known as "Bad Boy
produce top quality events for our
Night," where we had the honor to host
venues on a weekly basis. This consisted
and co-produce the event with the world
of soliciting the services of artists, artist
famous Bad Boy Records. This was the
booking agencies, television stations,
launch of the Bad Boy Records label.
Not long after, many popular labels
teams, media outlets, the procurement
such as Roc a fella Records, Murder
of event equipment, and management
Inc., Island Records, Universal Records,
of the "in house" production and full
Atlantic Records, Electra Records, Sony
customer hospitality services. As we
Red, Warner Records, Def Jam Records,
built our alliances, we became very
VP Records and Ruff Ryders Records
successful in building our brands
partnered up with Jam Roc Productions
through our events which included
to produce live shows at The Jam Roc
R&B and rap artists ranging from the
Night Club to show case their artists. This
group 112, Faith Evans, Mary J Blige,
dynamic merging opportunity allowed
Little Kim, The Lost Boys, to Maya,
us to work closely with top artists and
Little Cease, Eric Sherman, Genuwine,
booking agencies and directly with
The Fugees, Fabulous, Big Pun, and
major artist's managers and Record
Erica Badau, just to name a few. We
Labels. With producing these events at
also had great Reggae and Dancehall
our facility, it became necessary to work
artists from Beenie Man, Sean Paul,
directly with television cable companies
Baby Cham, Wayne Wonder, Gyptian,
such as Cablevision and Time Warner
and many popular radio stations in
Banzana, Shaggy, Sizzla, Barrington
New York including Hot 97 FM, Power
Levy, Sanchez, Bounty Killer, and
105 FM, Kiss FM, WBLS FM, WLIB
Gregory Isaacs, to Dobby Dobson, Ken
FM and 93.5 FM. This involvement
At our Jam Roc Night Club,
made it possible to hire and build
Point Blank Entertainment and obtained
personal relationships with popular
an opportunity to host major events
radio personalities some of which are
at the Nassau Coliseum (capacity
Funk Master Flex, Jazzy Joyce, Angie
18,000), located in Uniondale Long
Martinez, DJ Enough, Cocoa Channel,
Island, NY, which included the Up In
K- Slay, Bobby Kondors and Jabba,
Smoke Tour that featured Snoop Dogg,
Ed Lover and Dr. Dre, The Spiceman,
Eminem and Dr. Dre as well as a sold
Dahvid Levy, Pat Mackay, DJ Roy, Chris
out concert with Jay Z, DMX, and 50
The Dubmaster, and Gil Baily to name
Cent. We then hosted the after party of
a few. This was a tremendous help in
both events at our Jam Roc Night Club.
developing our brands within the Tri
State New York area and ultimately
Roc Productions again partnered with
our popularity grew nationally and
Point Blank Entertainment in working
with Reggae Carifest promoters in
As we developed our production
bringing Reggae, for the first time, to
skills and relationships within the
The Nassau Coliseum which featured
mainstream media and entertainment
legendary artists Beres Hammond,
industries in New York, endless exposure
Bunny Wailer, Sizzla, Barrington Levy,
came and we started to produce
Marcia Griffiths and Marshall Montana.
major events, and got involved with
We also hosted the concert after party
the producers of those events. These
at Jam Roc Night Club.
major events were The Tamika Reggae
Awards, The first Jerk, Roots the Yam
Roc Productions continues to produce
Fest in New York, Reggae Carifest as
major concerts at the Amazura Concert
well as the Celebrity Soccer Match and
Hall in Jamaica, Queens, NY (capacity
Irie Jamboree when it first started.
3,300) where we produced Jam Roc's
A few years later In 2002, Jam
From 1998 to the present, Jam
Annual Thanksgiving Dances Featuring
endeavors was in 1998, when we
David Rodigan and many others for
were very fortunate to partner up with
a total of 8 years. We also produced
events periodically throughout the years
visual and performing arts. The general
which include artists such as Shabba
goal of the Jamaican Cultural Alliance
Ranks, Super Cat, Josey Wales, Charlie
is to promote the best of Jamaica, its
Chaplin, Nicodemus, Sugar Minnott,
people and their multi-faceted lifestyles
and Gregory Isaacs.
in order to clarify and enhance the
In 2004, Jam Roc Productions
image of Jamaica and the Caribbean
was introduced to The Jamaica Cultural
at large. Jam Roc Productions has
Alliance Inc,. a 501C3 nonprofit
since then formed an alliance with the
Jamaica Cultural Alliance to enhance
public affairs organization with the
its programs and visions by offering all
objective of expanding and enriching
of its services such as consultant, brand
American knowledge and awareness
of Jamaican culture and heritage.
marketing, promotions, public relations,
The Jamaica Cultural Alliance, JCA,
and sponsorship development. We are
proud of their tireless efforts to promote
facilitate the development of literature,
and preserve our rich Caribbean
education, and music, as well as the
In August 2005, Jam Roc Productions partnered with The United States
Navy, Homeland Security and the Department of Morale, Welfare and Recreation to
produce Jamaica's 43 Independence Celebration at Guantanamo Bay Cuba for the
large Jamaican civilian workforce and over 15,000 Navy personnel that live and
work on Guantanamo Bay Cuba. This was a very monumental experience for Jam
Roc as thousands of Navy personnel danced and rocked to our musical production
and enjoyed delicious Jamaican cuisine.
Then in 2006, Jam Roc Productions worked with US Cricket Promoters and
The United States of America Cricket Association (USACA) to produce a 2 day cricket
tournament at the Floyd Bennet Field in Brooklyn, NY that featured members from the
West Indies Cricket Team (the favorites for the cricket World Cup at that time) and the
world's greatest batsman, Brian Lara who was playing The NY 11 and The US All
Stars, teams that comprised of players on the US National team. With the occurrence
of this event, Jam Roc also worked with The Federal Government, The Department
of Interior, The Federal Protective Services who operated The Floyd Bennet Facility,
NYPD, NYFD & EMS for safety, traffic and health precautions.
In the following years, Jam Roc
First Annual Long Island Caribbean
Productions along with The Jamaican
Cultural Alliance, collaborated with
Nassau County's Executive, Edward
2010, with a crowd of over 10,000
people. For 2011, we produced the
P. Mangano, and The Nassau County
second annual Caribbean Festival,
Parks and Recreation to produce The
which too, had over 10,000 people
and again in 2012 we produced
the third annual Caribbean Festival to
celebrate Caribbean Heritage Month
along with Jamaica and Trinidad's
Celebration, which had an attendance
of over 12,000 people and included
fireworks. This was the first time
fireworks were ever used in a concert production in Eisenhower Park Long Island, NY
by an event producer.
On September 15th, 2012, Jam Roc presented The Nakisaki Memorial
Gospel, Wellness, Food Arts and Crafts Festival in Eisenhower Park. This event
featured popular American and Caribbean Gospel Artists and had over 4,500
From September 2nd-4th, 2011,
Health, Security, fire and Medical
Jam Roc Productions LLC represented
requirements were being met by the
Gelston Castle Estate (a 330 acre
promoters for the 13th Annual Moe
concert facility in upstate central, NY)
Down Rock and Roll Festival which had
in doing risk management and oversee
an attendance of over 18,000 people
the entire production to ensure all State
daily and 7,000 campers. Finally, on
Productions along with Gelston Castle
Estate produced a Beer Festival titled
Funktober Fest, which featured George
Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic
along with seven regional Rock and
Roll Bands.
On June 29th, 2013 & August
birthday party celebration for the
24th, 2013, Jam Roc produced two
popular Bad Girls Club cast member
events at the Amazura Concert Hall.
and host Tanisha. This event was
One was titled "Dear Summer" and the
produced for television production
other, "The Best of Reggae, Soca and
purposes and the networks MTV, BET,
Hip Hop". This event was also the
VH1 and Oxygen shot footage at the
On February 1st, 2014, Jam Roc Productions is producing "The Reggae
Kings of New York in Concert pt.1" at Amazura Nightclub featuring some of the top
New York Reggae artists that helped to shape the reggae scene in New York from as
early as the late 1970's until today.
On February 26, 2014, Jam Roc Productions along with the New York Daily
News is producing the 88th. Annual New York Daily News Golden Gloves Boxing
Tournament at Amazura Nightclub with a fundraiser to benefit our Patriotic veterans.
Some of the veterans organizations that will benefit from this fundraiser are Veterans
of Foreign Wars, Vietnam Veterans of America, Veterans in Command, and The
Hatian American Veterans Inc.
In September 2013, Jam Roc Productions LLC signed a 5 year partnership
contract with the Atlanta Carnival Bandleaders Council to produce the Annual
Atlanta Caribbean Carnival held on Memorial Weekend, which celebrated its 25th
anniversary in 2013.
Since 1984, we have been building strategic relationships with different
companies within the production industry nationwide. We have created mergers
and collaborations which have created a very strong conglomerate, consisting of
companies with many years of experience in their respected fields which has allowed
us to grow and expand. We have been extremely fortunate, mainly because of good
business practices, great people and the development of relationships with many
levels of sponsors which includes everything from small businesses to Fortune 500
companies who want to showcase their goods and services to the different diverse
ethnic groups we target with our production. These companies have supported us for
many years and we are truly grateful for that and we are confident they will continue
to do so.
Jam Roc Productions LLC. only partners, produces and finances our events from
within the conglomerate, and we generally do not seek work from within the industry
from other event producers; we form partnerships.
The Jam Roc Conglomerate
99 E 2ND. ST. # 77
PH. 646-750-0045
FAX. 516-740-0793
EMAIL: [email protected]

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