Frank Murray, former manager of Pogues and tour manager for Thin Lizzy, has died of a suspected heart attack.
According to Daily Mirror, Murray, who also worked with the likes of Elton John, The Specials and The Frames, passed away in Dublin, Ireland.
As well as his work in the music scene, Murray also executive-produced micro budget film, Come On Eileen (starring UK comic Noel Fielding) and was also a co-founder of London's Mavericks Film Festival.
Many have publicly spoken out since the news of Murray's death broke, including Pogues band members, Spider Stacy and Cait O'Riordan.
'Those are the Four Courts, and I'll hang your bollocks off the three of them..' Frank Murray RIP— Spider Stacy (@spiderstacy) December 22, 2016