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I first encountered Adam Weiser well over a decade ago when he worked at The Vanderbilt -- a Plainview concert venue that hosted Maroon 5, Taking Back Sunday, The Strokes and The Backstreet Boys -- in the the early 2000s. After working with WLIR and The Vanderbilt, Adam moved on to The Downtown in Farmingdale. His next stop was working with the Warner Music Group, where he helped develop artists. Adam made a return to the concert world when he became Senior Talent Buyer for the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey. The New Jersey concert venue holds over 120 events per year and constantly ranks in the annual list of North America's best-selling concert venues of Pollstar Magazine.
No Place Like Long Island caught up with Adam
Background - where from
Where working now
Podcast link: http://wrat.com/episodes/ep1-senior-talent-buyer-of-aeg-live-adam-weiser/
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