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Scott Wagner
Works at Crossroads Entertainment & Marketing
Attended Trinity International University
Lives in Asheville, NC
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Music Industry Executive
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  • Crossroads Entertainment & Marketing
    Sr. VP, 2002 - present
  • Pamplin Communications
    Sr. VP, 1998 - 2002
  • Warner Music Group
    National Account Manager, 1995 - 1998
  • EMI Music Group
    Regional Sales Manager, 1991 - 1995
  • Spectra Distribution
    Sales Representative, 1988 - 1991
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Asheville, NC
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Clinton, MA - Greendale, WI - Houston, TX - Tualatin, OR - Deerfield, IL
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Christ Follower, Husband, Father, Stage 4 Colon Cancer Survivor, Music Executive
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I'm married to my best friend in all the world. She still takes my breath away. After 31 years she still finds ways to amaze me.

I'm a father to 2 sons who constantly drive me with their creativity and passion. They are both brilliant musicians, and godly men. I'm looking forward to seeing what they will do with their talents.

I have been in the music business 25 years. Change is a constant. I'm still able to get up in the morning excited about where we can go today. Music continues to touch the soul. It's still all about the song.

Since my diagnosis 7 years ago with Stage IV Colon Cancer, I've become involved with Livestrong.
 
Everyday, cancer kills 1,500 Americans— one person every minute. This year, more than 550,000 Americans and six million people worldwide will succumb to this vicious disease. One out of three women and one in every two men will be diagnosed in their lifetimes.

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Education
  • Trinity International University
    1977 - 1981
  • Greendale High School
    1974 - 1977
  • Clinton High School
    1973 - 1974
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