Backstage manager

If Alan McEvoy ever decided to write a tell-all memoir, the biggest names in the Irish music industry would be quivering in their designer boots.

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Ian Kehoe

29th October, 2005

If Alan McEvoy ever decided to write a tell-all memoir, the biggest names in the Irish music industry would be quivering in their designer boots. For more than 20 years, McEvoy has acted as financial counsel and business manager to the cream of the Irish entertainment scene.

He knows all their financial secrets; he has managed their cashflow, filed their annual accounts and even paid their wages.

From the Cranberries to the Boomtown Rats, from Boyzone...

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