David Baram, Esq.
David Baram began producing concerts while a student at Hofstra University in 1972, working with Stevie Wonder, Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, Billy Joel, Miles Davis, and others. In 1976, he was employed by Phil Basile and Concerts East as house manager at the Calderone Concert Hall in Hempstead, New York, and eventually went on to produce shows for Concerts East at the Nassau Coliseum, Madison Square Garden, Shea Stadium, Providence Civic Center, and large scale concert venues throughout the northeastern United States. Next, Baram joined with Michael “Eppy” Epstein in operating the legendary My Fathers Place in Roslyn, New York — a nightclub that was well-known for its long-running Tuesday night live radio broadcasts on WLIR-FM, weekly reggae concerts, and nightly presentations of world famous artists in a relaxed club setting. Eppy and David also branched out into full-scale tour production, booking, and management for many major reggae performers. While at My Fathers Place, Baram enrolled in Hofstra Law School and began his second career as an attorney in the 1980s. For the past thirty years, he has been a partner of Baram & Kaiser, a law firm that maintains offices in Garden City and Long Beach, New York, and specializes in transactional, contract and business law, civil litigation, and bankruptcy. Through the years, Baram has worked with artists such as Aerosmith, Santana, James Brown, The Allman Brothers Band, Billy Joel, The Police, Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, Jethro Tull, Kiss, ZZ Top, Neil Young, Count Basie, Hot Tuna, Jerry Garcia, Yes, The Ramones, and countless others.