Universal Attractions Agency Promotes Brian Lottermann To Agent

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Brian Lottermann, courtesy of Universal Attractions Agency

Universal Attractions Agency announced Brian Lottermann’s promotion to an agent. His new role is based out of the agency’s Los Angeles office, where he is responsible for West Coast small capacity (1,500 and under) bookings.

Lottermann joined the agency in October 2019 as an intern before participating in the agency’s trainee program. He then served as an executive assistant to UAA’s owner, Jeff Epstein.

“Brian has been a great assistant, and I’m looking forward to working with him in his new role as agent,” Epstein said in a statement. “I’m confident Brian will excel in representing Universal Attractions as our new West Coast small-capacity agency.”

As an agent, Lottermann is responsible for the Southern Soul Tour with Calvin Richardson, FatDaddy, King George, Marvin Dixon, Nellie Tiger Travis, Sir Charles Jones and T.K. Soul.

Before joining UAA as an intern, Lottermann graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a bachelor’s in Music Business Management in 2019. In addition to his new role, Lottermann works as a gigging musician playing bass guitar.