Alan Callan

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Alan Callan was a British businessman, record producer[1] and music executive.[2] He has worked as an executive for Swan Song Records (a record label established by English rock band Led Zeppelin in 1974),[3] as a business manager for Jimmy Page,[4] and as a chairman for Scottish Open Championship Ltd.[5] He was also the founder and CEO of the short-lived startup WorldSport.[6] He died[7] on the 27 May 2014.

Personal life[edit]

He was diagnosed with bone cancer in April 2000, and had been battling the disease over the years.[8]


  1. ^ Couture, François. Review- Murray Head: Greatest Hits (Headcase). Allmusic. Retrieved April 12, 2010
  2. ^ McVie, John. Bob Weston Interview. The Penguin Q&A Sessions December 6–19, 1999
  3. ^ Welch, Chris. Peter Grant: The Man who Led Zeppelin. London: Omnibus Press. p. 139. 
  4. ^ Warner Music Stock Falls in 1st Trading Day. AP Online. 05-11-2005. Retrieved April 11, 2010 Archived April 15, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ Glover, Tim. Golf: Charitable Faldo agrees to play for a song. The Independent. 12-07-1995. Retrieved April 11, 2010
  6. ^ Henderson, Jon (2001-01-21). "Perils and pitfalls on rocky road to El Dorado". The Observer. Retrieved 22 January 2010. 
  7. ^ "Former CPMA chairman Callan passed away". 
  8. ^ People were walking out with i-Macs under their arms. The Guardian. Retrieved April 12, 2010

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