LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Veteran manager and producer Greg Ladanyi died in Cyprus on September 29th after sustaining severe head trauma following an on-stage accident last Friday in the Greek Republic of Cyprus. Ladanyi, 57, was immediately rushed to a local hospital where he remained in critical condition over the weekend. He was in Cyprus touring with Maple Jam Music artist, Anna Vissi.
Ladanyi, a Grammy Award-winning producer, has spent his entire professional career engineering, mixing and producing for numerous artists including (Jackson Browne six albums, including "Running on Empty", "Holding Out", and "Lawyers in Love"), Don Henley (three albums, including "Building the Perfect Beast"), Toto (four albums, including "Toto IV"), Fleetwood Mac ("Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits" and "Behind the Mask"), Jeff Healey ("See the Light") and numerous others. His most recent work was with Anna Vissi and her Greek album, "Apagorevmeno".
As president of Maple Jam Music Group, Ladanyi evolved the company from the original Maple Jam Records label founded in 2004 to a full service entertainment entity that works hand-in-hand with the artist to fully develop their careers. Maple Jam has stated that they plan to continue operating, keeping Greg Ladanyi’s legacy alive. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers