Ray Danniels

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Ray Danniels is a Canadian music executive, record producer, and talent manager. He's the founder of SRO (Standing Room Only) Management group, as well as independent record labels Moon Records and Anthem Records.[1] He first rose to prominence as the manager of the Canadian band Rush and later served as the manager of Extreme and Van Halen. He was married to the sister of Alex and Eddie Van Halen, and was instrumental in bringing in Gary Cherone, former lead singer of Extreme, to replace Sammy Hagar as lead singer of Van Halen.[2]

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  1. ^ "About Anthem". Anthem Entertainment Group home page. Retrieved 23 April 2014. 
  2. ^ Greene, Andy. "Gary Cherone Reflects on his Three-Year Stint In Van Halen". [[Rolling Stone (magazine)|]]. Retrieved 23 April 2014. 

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