Jared Piccone (US)
Jared Piccone is a producer, drummer and A&R hailing from Queens, New York. He's been in music since he was a child but got his first taste of success when his band innerpartysystem hit alternative radio in the US with their billboard charting rock hit "Don't Stop". After touring internationally and releasing an album on Universal Music Groups' Island Records, the band split and Piccone went on to play drums for late 2000's pop sensations 3OH!3 as well as Dia Frampton (from The Voice). While touring Jared had been honing his production chops in Ableton Live. He went on to produce a slew of remixes for acts such as Phantogram, Jessie J, Katy Perry, Grouplove, The Killers, LadyHawke, and many more. His most notable remix was of the song "Hanging Tree" featuring Jennifer Lawrence, from the Hunger Games soundtrack. The remix went on to hit Top 10 on iTunes in over 20 countries and climbed it's way to #9 on US pop radio charts in 2014. Now double platinum, the success of that remix got the attention of Republic Records EVP Rob Stevenson, who signed Piccone to be a staff producer as well as the director of A&R for Casablanca and Republic Records. Piccone continues to write and produce for Republic Records artists' as well as manage a roster of bands he has signed including Grace Mitchell, POWERS, Prince Fox, and the legendary Giorgio Moroder. Jared also signed Matt Simons to Republic who went on to have an international hit in 2016 called "Catch & Release" (Deepend Remix).