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J. COLE GETS TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
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THE B-SIDE
UTA DOES RIGHT BY SOUTH BY
3/20/18

UTA threw their annual SXSW party last week (3/16) with all the trappings of a classic backyard BBQ– if you overlook their swank Lambert’s Downtown Barbeque venue and designer beer koozies. 

Below you can survey the bonding among agents, artists, attorneys, managers and others just before the agency's annual sweet tea-guzzling competition...


(l-r): UTA's David Sullivan-Kaplan and UTA-inked band Findlay


(l-r): Client Amara La Negra and UTA’s Natalia Nastaskin


(l-r): UTA’s Jbeau Lewis, Maverick manager Dan Dymtrow, LaPolt Law attorney Dina LaPolt, UTA’s Natalia Nastaskin and AEG Senior Counsel Jason Bernstein 


(l-r): UTA’s Ken Fermaglich and Union Entertainment Group managers Bryan Coleman and Alex Seif