musexpo showcase artists


Sunday, March 19th

6:15pm: Louis Berry - Stage 1

7:00pm: KAMRAD - Stage 1

7:30pm: Lauren Waller - Stage 2

8:00pm: JAGMAC - Stage 1

8:30pm: Madyx - Stage 2

9:00pm: Second Theory - Stage 1

9:30pm: 3REE - Stage 2

10:00pm: Vella - Stage 2

Monday, March 20th

6:15pm: Danny Baldursson - Stage 1

7:00pm: Noble - Stage 1

7:30pm: Waiting For Smith - Stage 2

8:00pm: Caity Baser - Stage 1

8:30pm: Holly Riva - Stage 2

9:00pm: Single By Sunday - Stage 1

9:30pm: King Youngblood - Stage 2

10:00pm: MASI MASI - Stage 2


Tuesday, March 21st

6:15pm: Jordan Anthony - Main Ballroom

7:00pm: Sarah Reeves - Main Ballroom



Origin: USA
Contact: Alicia Patalinghug, Sandi Hansen

Song: "Let It Ride"

Music and culture lean on each other.

By integrating sounds, styles, and spirits from around the world, JAGMAC inspires culture and music to move as one. This musical mixology comes naturally for the sibling six-piece—Jared, Angelique, Gabriel, Manjo, Alyssa, and CJ. Prior to independently tallying over 1.1 million followers on Tik Tok, and millions of streams on all social media platforms, JAGMAC received acclaim from countless media outlets including AXS and Hollywood Life. Having amassed such an array of followers from around the world, the group then recognized a collective power to unite even the most seemingly disparate of vibes.

"We've been surrounded by various cultures all our lives" exclaims Angelique. "We love all different kinds of music and listen to genres from everywhere. That diversity is beautiful to us."

Americans infused with Filipino and Polish roots, a dynamic family background encouraged their respective and collective talents to flourish. JAGMAC's dad owns a martial arts school which teaches Tae Kwon Do and Eskrima (traditional Filipino martial arts). While developing a sense of discipline and confidence at an early age, all six group members earned two distinct black belts and world championship titles under his instruction. At the same time, the siblings' love for music was growing uncontrollably. Everything from the standards to The Jackson 5, Bruno Mars, Black Eyed Peas, R&B powerhouse singers and boy band legends played at full volume throughout the house. Initially, the unknowing future bandmates sang in church alongside their mother and grandmother as they honed their voices together. JAGMAC's first unofficial gig would be at a surprise 40th birthday for dad. Performing an original with an accompanying dance routine, they immediately felt at home. After linking up with local producers and venues to get their feet wet, the group fully came to life in 2014.

One performance after another paved the way for JAGMAC's quiet rise. During an extended stint in the UK, the band teamed up with Little Mix for their Get Weird arena tour performing to sold out crowds at the London 02, Wembley Arena, and other high capacity arenas in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. They also shared the stage with the likes of Nathan Sykes, HRVY, Mr. Probz, and more for music festivals and large outdoor events. Back in the US, JAGMAC found themselves on stage next to the Chainsmokers, CNCO, Becky G, Ava Max, Echosmith, AJR and others performing at places like Jones Beach, Times Square, The US Open, The MLB All-Star Game, Epcot Center and other iconic places. The group even made an appearance on FX's EMMY® Award-winning series Baskets starring Zack Galifianakis. And in 2018, Radio Disney anointed the group with their highly coveted award crowning JAGMAC as Radio Disney's Next Big Thing (NBT), placing them in good company with alumni a la Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Alessia Cara, and Why Don't We.

Their 2019 Like A Band EP popped off with support from Sirius XM and Spotify playlists, including Pop Remix, Happy Beats, and Dance Rising. Meanwhile, the title track totaled over 1 million streams. Succeeding at radio, "Soldiers" reached #1 on Billboard's Breakout Chart for "Dance Club Songs." It peaked at #15 on the Dance Club Songs Chart and #5 on the Commercial Pop Chart. "Right Back With You" shot to #6 on the Commercial Pop TOP 30 in the UK and #3 on the Upfront CLUB Top 30 UK.

In 2023, JAGMAC ignites a new phase with brand new music, cementing their unique signature style.

"You can tell it's JAGMAC, because of our harmonies and how it all comes together," says Alyssa. "We stepped out of our bubble and comfort zone. Everything is cohesive in one universal sound." "We thought outside of the box and expanded our reach," adds Jared. "We identified what we hadn't done sonically and chased it."

In order to do so, the group's latest batch of music was recorded during multiple sessions in New York and Miami alongside producers such as GRAMMY® Award-winning Swagg R'Celious [H.E.R.] and Mike Molina [Jennifer Lopez, Meek Mill] and co-writers Corey Chorus [Rihanna, Demi Lovato], Nana "Lord Afrixana" Afriyie [Beyoncé, Pharrell, Mr. Eazi], Lena Leon [Tiësto], and more. The ensuing upcoming album entitled Ends of the Earth reflects their dynamic palette. Manjo goes on, "There are modern vibes, Afrobeats, Indian and K-Pop sounds, Latin rhythms and, of course, a lot of Filipino influences."

"We're pulling from every culture we can," Angelique continues.

Manjo adds, " There's magic that happens by bringing different backgrounds together."

In the end, JAGMAC delivers a sound with the power to resonate in every corner of the globe.

"Our goal is to create positive songs that can appeal world-wide to as many people as possible," Gabriel leaves off. "We want our listeners to hear the maturity of the group, while still promoting an uplifting, universal, and inspiring message."

"We have an unbelievable fanbase which we refer to as our 'JAGMAC FAM' ," concludes CJ. "They grow as we grow. As a family, we want to reciprocate the love, inspire the world, make great music, and have fun while we're doing it."