Steve Strange ( Music Agent ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Partner and Cause of Death

Steve Strange was a Music Agent and and co-founder of X-ray Touring know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Partner and Cause of Death

  Bio
Name Steve Strange
Birthdate ( Age) 53
Place of Birth Ireland
Nationality Irish
Marital Status  Not Known
Spouse/Partner Not Known
Children Not Known
Parents Not Known
Profession Agent and co-founder of X-ray Touring
Net Worth $4 Million
Last Update September 2021

Steve Strange, widely respected live Agent and co-founder of X-ray Touring, has died following a short illness. He was 53.

A statement from X-ray issued last night reads: “We have lost a legendary figure in our personal and professional lives that we will all deeply miss.

Early Life and Family

He was born in Ireland in the year 1968, he started off his career in the industry as a drummer, he was performing for several Irish bands which included No Hot Ashes, and following the band to London after he signed a deal with GWR records. No Hot Ashes got dissolved in the year 1990, he landed gigs at several artist management and booking agencies.

A year later he returned to London where he met John Giddings at the solo music agency and later on he went on to meet Helter Skelter, in the year 2005 he partnered up with Ian Huffman, Strange, Jeff Craft, Scott Thomas, Martin Horne, and Strange who partnered to launch the personal agency and they named it X-Ray Touring.

Steve Strange Wife

Steve Strange possible married but there is no any information is available on social media about his marital status and children.

Steve Strange Net Worth

 Steve Strange widely respected live agent and co-founder of X-ray Touring has an estimated Net Worth arround $4 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Strange’s artist roster down the years has included Eminem, Coldplay, Snow Patrol, Queens of the Stone Age, The Charlatans, Jimmy Eat World and many more.Northern Irishman Strange launched X-Ray touring in 2005 alongside co-founders Ian Huffam, Jeff Craft, Scott Thomas and Martin Horne.

Last month, X-ray extended its partnership with investment firm The Yucaipa Companies, and formed a new strategic alliance with Artist Group International (AGI), part of Yucaipa’s Y Entertainment Group.

Among a roster of over 400 acts, X-ray also represents artists such as Robbie Williams, Gorillaz, Linkin Park, Pixies, Stereophonics, Bombay Bicycle Club, Phoebe Bridgers, The Internet, The Offspring, Enter Shikari and Fever 333.Music Business Worldwide.

Cause of Death and Tribute

In a statement announcing his passing, the agency he founded in 2005, X-Ray Touring, wrote: “X-ray Touring are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Strange, one of the founding partners of the agency, has passed away after a short illness.”We have lost a legendary figure in our personal and professional lives that we will all deeply miss.

“Steve was a unique individual within our industry, his overwhelming love of music lead to a 30 year plus career guiding the touring of an eclectic mix of artists from all genres of music that he adored.”A universally known, hugely respected and loved character – if you hadn’t already seen him at a gig or festival, you’d most certainly hear his infectious and infamous laugh.”

Ed Sheeran reacted to the news in an Instagram story and said: “A very sad day, and a huge loss.”The Charlatans singer Tim Burgess said the news was “absolutely heartbreaking” and called him “our agent, our friend and one of life’s most gloriously upbeat people.”

“You will be missed, celebrated and remembered so fondly,” he added. “Goodnight big man.”Strange had been Snow Patrol’s agent for over 20 years, and the band said they were left “devastated” by his death, while sharing fond memories of their friend and biggest advocator in a heartbreaking post on Instagram.

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