The rock ’n’ roll world has lost a man that had an impact on a lot of the rock stars we love. Mick Brigden, who managed acts like the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Peter Frampton, and more, died in a freak accident at his home last week. He was trying to dig a grave for his family’s dog when the hole collapsed in on him, killing him instantly.
Tributes are pouring in on what the 73-year-old meant to the acts that worked with him. In a Facebook post Sammy Hagar said Brigden was the “first person that ever took care of me on the road,” while Joe Satriani called Bridgen “the ultimate music manager.”
photo: Getty Images Content/graphic: FaceBook/Sammy Hagar
Source:New York Post