The Business of Show: Managers vs The Celebrities they manage

Bono paid tribute to the band’s longtime tour manager Dennis Sheehan onstage in LA
theguardian.com|By Tshepo Mokoena
Dennis Sheehan, U2’s tour manager for more than 30 years, was found dead Wednesday morning in his hotel room of a massive heart attack, officials confirm. The Los Angeles County Fire Department wer…variety.com|By Variety Staff
NEW YORK (AP) — Dennis Sheehan, U2’s longtime tour manager, has died at a Southern California hotel, a day after the band kicked off a five-night…news.yahoo.com
Col Tom Parker was the first to receive Elvis stamps during a first day the stamps went on sale at the Las Vegas Hilton on 1-8-93. jeff scheid

Col Tom Parker was the first to receive Elvis stamps during a first day the stamps went on sale at the Las Vegas Hilton on 1-8-93. jeff scheid

Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley in October 1955 signing a record contract with RCA Victor. *** USA ONLY *** © Glenn A. Baker / Redferns / Retna Ltd.

Colonel Tom Parker and Elvis Presley in October 1955 signing a record contract with RCA Victor. *** USA ONLY *** © Glenn A. Baker / Redferns / Retna Ltd.

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UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 08:  Photo of BEATLES and Brian EPSTEIN; L-R. Brian Epstein, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney arriving back at Heathrow from their Far East Tour ending in Manila  (Photo by Cummings Archives/Redferns)

UNITED KINGDOM – JULY 08: Photo of BEATLES and Brian EPSTEIN; L-R. Brian Epstein, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney arriving back at Heathrow from their Far East Tour ending in Manila (Photo by Cummings Archives/Redferns)

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