Irish Times : Limerick music firm opening London officejeudi 19 novembre 1998
Source : Irish Times
Condensed from The Irish Times :
Limerick music firm opening London office By Emmet Oliver
A company which manages the financial affairs of some of Ireland’s most successful pop acts has opened a new office in London as part of a drive into the British music industry.
Limerick-based Artwest Business Management manages the finances of Boyzone, Morrissey, the Cranberries, Kerri Ann, Westside and Ronan Hardiman, composer of Lord of the Dance.
The company’s two directors, Mr Alan McEvoy (32) and Mr P.J. O’Riordan (26), brother of Cranberries lead singer Dolores, have also recently taken a 40 per cent stake in the Limerick radio station 95FM and are currently looking for suitable office space in Dublin.
Mr O’Riordan entered the area after acting as business manager for the Cranberries, while Mr McEvoy spent years working for Mr Ossie Kilkenny, the longstanding accountant with U2.