These are the brave men and women who gift-wrap your concerts, playlists and interviews with context and eloquence; listed in alphabetical order.
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Bill Antonucci is a videographer/editor creating original content for Concert Vault, Daytrotter and Paste Magazine. He previously worked for Pitchfork TV and also ran his own live music blog, Duke Street. Although he has lived in NYC for four years, Bill is still, and will always be a Red Sox fan.
Bill Milkowski is a New York-based freelance writer who contributes to Jazz Times, Jazziz and Downbeat magazines. He is also the author of "JACO: The Extraordinary and Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorius" and co-writer of "Here And Now! The Autobiography of Pat Martino."
Brad Wagner is a videographer/editor specializing in live event video - specifically music, standup comedy, roller derby, and professional wrestling. Born and raised in San Francisco, he took a video gig in SF for Wolfgang's Vault in 2008, and in 2012 relocated to NYC to pursue production work with WV on a full time basis.
Braden Towne is a Bay Area native and longtime resident of San Francisco. He has been an archivist, programming director, and contributing writer for Concert Vault for five years, and as both a musician and a music fan has been a part of his city's live music scene for nearly two decades.
Evie Nagy was previously an editor at Rolling Stone and Billboard, and now oversees Concert Vault's editorial content and serves as a contributing editor at Paste Magazine. Her work was published in Best Music Writing 2010, and she co-wrote the afterword of Out of the Vinyl Deeps, a collection of the rock writing of the late Ellen Willis, the first pop music critic for the New Yorker. She also co-hosts a podcast about superhero comics.
Michael Saltsman is an Audio Engineer for Wolfgangs Vault and has recorded, mixed, and mastered hundreds of recordings across Concert Vault, Daytrotter, and Paste Magazine. He lives in Brooklyn and rarely goes a week without eating a slice of pizza.
Pete Oberg has been Vault digging for five years: archiving, writing, listening, researching, playlist making, and enjoying. He also spends a lot of time making sessions show up on Daytrotter.com. He lives in New York.