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Jamie Young

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Jamie Young
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Occupation(s) Lawyer

Jamie Young was the lawyer of Weezer during the period of their signing to Geffen Records. As of July 2013, Young is working as an attorney at the law firm of Hertz Lichtenstein & Young, LLP in Los Angeles, California.

Young is the subject of two songs in relation to Weezer: "Jamie," written by Rivers Cuomo in 1993 and released on the DGC Rarities, Vol. 1 compilation, and "Mrs. Young" (which later became the Rentals song "Please Let That Be You") written by Matt Sharp. "Mrs. Young" was released on the Excellent Stocking Stuffer album.