( b. Apr 09, 1926 Bronx, New York, USA - d. Oct 25, 2009 Norwalk, Connecticut, USA ) Male
Dee Anthony managed the careers of Peter Frampton, Joe Cocker and others with a blunt, streetwise style that made him a rock power broker in the 1970s. Born Anthony D'Addario, Mr. Anthony grew up in the Bronx and served in the submarine force of the United States Navy during World War II. Returning to the Bronx, he began booking nightclub dates for his friend the singer Jerry Vale and eventually became Mr. Bennett's road manager. He changed his name in the late 1950s. In the 1980s Mr. Anthony worked with Devo, Basia and the Australian songwriter Peter Allen, and he retired in the mid-'90s.
Source: New York Times obituary