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John Reynolds has a black eye. But while he says music promoting is a ‘‘cut-throat business’’, his injury is a result of a flying elbow in a game of five-a-side football, not a run-in with a rival promoter.

8th April, 2006

John Reynolds has a black eye. But while he says music promoting is a ‘‘cut-throat business’’, his injury is a result of a flying elbow in a game of five-a-side football, not a run-in with a rival promoter.

The man behind the Pod nightclub and Crawdaddy music venue in Dublin, and the Electric Picnic festival in Stradbally, Laois, Reynolds has watched rivalry in the industry - especially between Denis Desmond’s MCD...

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