The JAM in JAM Project is short for “JAPAN ANIMATION SONG MAKERS”. It was founded in 2000 by talented singers across the anisong world, and the super group’s current members are music legends Hironobu Kageyama, Masaaki Endoh, Hiroshi Kitadani, Masami Okui, and Yoshiki Fukuyama. JAM Project was started with the following mission…
“Japanese animation came into the forefront of the world with numerous titles breaking records and becoming big hits throughout the globe. We are here to create and sing theme songs that deserve this success and advance Japanese animation! Lately, big-name artists make anime theme songs with tie-in strategies; however, it is so regrettable that we do not have more theme songs full of dreams and strength. It is our mission to boost up anime with songs as powerful as the rock-breaking Mazinger or Son Goku flying high in the sky!”
JAM Project is most recently known as being behind One-Punch Man’s Season 1 and Season 2 themes – “The Hero! ~Set Fire to the Furious Fist” and “Uncrowned Greatest Hero”. They are also behind themes to Super Robot Wars, Garo, Gravion, Sgt. Frog, Scrapped Princess, Mazinkaiser, Nobunaga the Fool, Panda-Z, Space Battleship Yamato 2199, and more.
With roars and shouting, JAM Project looks to make great anisongs for the sake of anime. They want to improve the theme song culture connected with both anime and video games, and JAM Project has established its own specific standpoint. First of all, JAM Project’s members all have legendary careers and voices with peculiar power. Second, JAM Project is involved in the creation of their theme songs, too. They aim to be both creators and performers to create great artwork.
JAM Project’s members also continue their own individual music careers separately as well and constantly inspire each other. They have done themes for Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Yu-Gi-Oh, Revolutionary Girl Utena, Slayers, Macross, and more. Together, the rich personalities of JAM Project have released over 100 songs, and all of them are filled with the power and spirit of anime.
In 2008, JAM Project conducted successful live tours in Japan and overseas by visiting 10 cities in eight countries including the US, China, Taiwan, Brazil, South Korea, Mexico, France, and Spain. Since then, JAM Project has performed even more around the world in Singapore, Thailand, Italy, Germany, Peru, Argentina, Chile, and more. In 2009, starting with their first solo concert at Nippon Budokan, JAM Project conducted a tour across Japan including Osaka, Yokohama, and more. Fans of all ages came out to support them!
Like the heroes in anime, JAM Project always takes aim to make dreams come true!
AT ANIME NYC
JAM Project will perform at Lantis Matsuri on Friday and appear at Anime NYC events on Saturday. A separate ticket is needed to attend Lantis Matsuri.
JAM PROJECT AUTOGRAPH TICKET RULES
Anime NYC is proud to welcome Lantis Matsuri to New York City on Friday, Nov 15, and we’re very excited JAM Project will hold a special autograph signing at Anime NYC on Saturday, Nov 16. JAM Project’s autograph tickets will be given away via a free pre-show lottery, and please see below for all the details.
- JAM Project Autograph Signing – 2 to 3 PM, Saturday, Nov 16
JAM Project’s autograph ticket lottery starts at 12 Noon Eastern on Oct 25 and ends on 12 Noon Eastern on Nov 5.
You do not need an Anime NYC badge to take part in the lottery, but you must have an Anime NYC badge to claim you autograph ticket and take part in the signing.
Only one entry per person. Duplicate entries will be deleted.
If you win, your name must match your Photo ID. Autograph Tickets are non transferable.
All entrants will be contacted by Nov 10 with the results of the lottery.
AUTOGRAPH TICKET PICK UP
If you win, you will pick up your Autograph Ticket at our Autograph Desks at Registration. You must show your Photo ID. If your name does not match, you will be unable to claim your Autograph Ticket.
Anime NYC 2019 Autograph Tickets are wristbands that will be placed on your arm by Anime NYC staff. Do not tamper or try to remove your wristband until your signing.
Autograph Tickets are non transferable. The only exceptions made will be for those under 18 or those with accessibility bracelets.
JAM Project will sign one official item for each fan. This can be a CD, poster, DVD of an anime they worked on, etc. Please no bootlegs or fan art. JAM Project will not pose for pictures, videos, or selfies during their signing.