Universal Attractions Agency Promotes Jackson Stone To Agent


Universal Attractions Agency has promoted Jackson Stone to agent with an announcement noting that he will represent UAA as the East Coast small-capacity (1,500 and under) agent. Stone works with neo-soul artist Bilal and is Co-RA to hip-hop star Rob Base with agency owner Jeff Epstein.

Stone, who is based out of UAA’s New York office, previously held the role of assistant at UAA to three senior agents. He began his journey at Universal Attractions in July 2022, joining the agency shortly after graduating from the University of Michigan with his bachelor’s degree in economics. Stone discovered his passion for pursuing a career in the music industry while attending live music events during his college years.

“Jackson is a shining star at UAA; through his time as an assistant, he has been tenacious, dedicated, and consistent,” Epstein said in a statement. “We are confident that Jackson will continue to excel as he represents Universal Attractions as our new East Coast small-capacity agent.”

Universal Attractions Agency has locations in New York City and Los Angeles, with a roster that includes De La Soul, Doug E. Fresh and Slick Rick, Lil’ Kim, Ludacris, Kirk Franklin, Grandmaster Flash, Rick Ross, Roberta Flack, Snoop Dogg, Wyclef Jean, Yo Gotti and many more.

Earlier this year, UAA helped book the Pollstar Live! panel “Throw Your Hands In The Air: 50 Years Of Hip-Hop,” which featured Lionel Bea, SVP, Black Promoters Collective; Darryll Brooks, C D Enterprises Inc.; Doug. E. Fresh, The World’s Greatest Entertainer & The Original Human BeatBox; Big Daddy Kane, Performer & Hip Hop Legend and DJ Quik, Rapper & Producer. The panel was moderated by Geoff Walker, the founder of Kickstand World and Marketing & Branding Consultant for Warner Music Group.