NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) — While Webster Hall is dark for renovations, the venue's Vice President of Concerts and talent buyer Heath Miller isn't letting any moss grow on his stones. Instead, Miller announced that he is looking expand his concert promotion company Excess dB Entertainment.
For over six years, Miller has been the talent buyer for Webster Hall, and developed the historic venue into one of the top nightclubs in the U.S., producing shows by Nine Inch Nails, Muse, LCD Soundsystem, Smashing Pumpkins, Lenny Kravitz, Travis Scott, Chance the Rapper, Green Day, among others.
In addition to the Webster, Miller also exclusively handles bookings for the new White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, New Jersey. The recently renovated 800-capacity venue hosts an eclectic variety of music with upcoming shows including acts such as Mitski, The Mountain Goats, Drive-By Truckers, New Found Glory, Max Weinberg, and Best Coast.
Miller reports that he will also be booking talent at other venues in the New York market including Stage 48, Le Poisson Rouge, Highline Ballroom, American Beauty, Public Arts, and the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center as well as Debonair Music Hall (formerly Mexicali Live) in New Jersey.
Also joining Webster at Excess dB is his Webster Hall colleague Erin Nourijanian, former Marketing Director of Webster Hall.