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Who is Alan Leeds?
Alan Leeds is American music executive, tour manager, production manager, writer and archivist best known for his work organizing performances and concert tours for artists such as James Brown, Prince, D'Angelo and Chris Rock. In addition to his career in management for artists, Leeds is recognized as an award-winning writer and music archivist. Leeds received a Grammy Award for Best Album Notes in 1992 for his work on the James Brown compilation Star Time. Leeds also penned the liner notes for the 1993 Prince box set The Hits/The B-Sides, and cowrote The James Brown Reader with Nelson George.
- also known as Leeds, Alan
- born on (67 years ago) in Jackson Heights
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Music executive, tour manager, archivist
- Marriage with Gwen Leeds
- parent of Tristan Leeds
- filmography: played Stage Hand in "Purple Rain"
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