Jason Daniello
Summer Music Industry Intensive Masterclass Teacher

Artist Relations Manager, Moog Music

Jason Daniello is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who played his first guitar overlooking the lava-covered mesas of rural New Mexico. He studied electronic music and vocal performance at the University of New Mexico, became a self-professed “pedal geek” in the 90s and led several bands in Albuquerque. He moved to Asheville in 2006 and has been exploring and creating electronic and acoustic music ever since. After making the move to Asheville, Daniello started working at Moog Music in the shipping department where he worked his way into production and built every synth, theremin and effects pedal that they manufactured at the time. Within a year, he became the Artist Relations Manager for the company and has been there for 14 years, creating and maintaining relationships with every artist that Moog has worked with from Trent Reznor to We Are King and everyone in between.

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