Jam for Jam Muisic & Camping Festival


Get Ready Folks – the Jam for Jamaica Music and Camping is back and better than ever in 2013.  This 3-day multi-genre music festival is held annually at the Concord House in Sullivan, Wisconsin (half way between Milwaukee and Madison on I-94). Over 30 musical acts will entertain festival goers May 16th to the 19th, day and night, over the 3 day event. Camping is free, there is plenty of room, and free firewood is stocked daily.

Jam for Jam is put on by Jam for Jamaica, Inc., a non-profit organization composed of musicians and artists who raise funds to benefit the people of inner-island Jamaica. Workers and craftsmen then pay their own way to Jamaica to implement and distribute the building materials; and take on as many projects as budget will allow for in a multi-week period.

Joe Haas Media is proud to be a part of Jam for Jamaica as a sponsor, board member, and worker.

For more information please visit Jam for Jamaica’s website.

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Joe Haas Media, in association with What Productions, presents a new feature-length comedy film entitled “Oconomowoc.”  The film is the brainchild of Andy Gillies, a writer and director from Los Angeles, CA.

The film features performances by Brendan Marshall-Rashid (Chicago), Andy Gillies (Los Angeles), Cindy Pinzon (Los Angeles), Andy Rozanski (Chicago), Deborah Clifton (Milwaukee), and John Kishline (Milwaukee).  Together, JHM and associates shot the indy film in just under two weeks of 14 hour days.  Oconomowoc recently secured a distribution deal, which is pretty awesome.   Making the film was an amazing experience, and we worked with some amazing people as well.

The crew was small, consisting of about 6 people in all.  Joe Haas served as the Director of Photography, Co-producer, Editor, and Composer of the majority of the film’s music.  We will keep you updated on film news as it comes.  You can check out a trailer for the film above.  The trailer is also on Facebook at www.facebook.com/oconomowocthefilm