LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Paul Harvey, director of Madison Management died at the age of 44 after a long-term illness on November 2nd, according to Music Week.
Harvey was originally from an IT background and had not been in the record industry for a decade. His main focus was artist management and royalties. He worked with many artists ranging from Ned's Atomic Dustbin to Lee John and Alannah Myles.
Harvey won an award for his contribution to the music business from NMF back in his early years in the industry. As well as NMF Harvey was a member of AIM. He regularly attended conventions such as Popkomm, SXSW and Midem.
Harvey was said to be ‘much loved and larger than life in the industry’ according to Music Week. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers