(CelebrityAccess) — Patchwork Presents, the concert company launched by veteran talent buyer Dave Poe and entertainment company Ineffable music announced the addition of veteran talent agent Anthony Paolercio to the team.
Paolercio, who was most recently an agent at UTA, will join Patchwork as a full partner in the venture.
“Anthony and I cut our teeth together at The Agency Group over 15 years ago and I’m very excited to have him join Patchwork and our mission of supporting artists and bringing high quality entertainment to independent venues nationwide.” Dave continues, “We couldn’t be more excited to be working with the South Shore Music Hall on Long Island, so close to our home base in NYC. They cater to artists’ needs first and foremost, with a family atmosphere and an amazing team. We look forward to growing their business and making this a must stop for tours in the area,” said Patchwork Presents David Poe.
“I consider Dave Poe my closest friend and colleague in the business. I trust him completely, which is the most important part of building a strong and enduring partnership. There aren’t many agents turned promoters in our business, so I feel that I have a unique perspective to offer. During this uncertain time, it’s imperative that everyone in our business come together to help one another. We want to continue moving forward with that positive mindset and utilize Patchwork to offer Artists and their teams the best possible experience from start to finish,” Paolercio added.
Patchwork Presents also announced the addition of the South Shore Music Hall, a 1650 capacity venue in Long Island, NY to its portfolio of booked venues.
The South Shore, which recently underwent major renovations, joins the list of venues which Patchwork buys talent for, including the 3,500-capacity Criterion along with the 1,000-capacity Tower and 500-capacity Beer City Music Hall in Oklahoma City, as well as the 2,600 capacity TempleLive Cleveland Masonic, the 600 in Salt Lake City, and the 2,047 Tobin Center in San Antonio.
Additionally Patchwork books shows at one of San Francisco’s Midway, a 2,000 capacity venue in the the city’s dogpatch neighborhood.