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Dell Furano, Rock Merchandising Pioneer Who Co-Founded Winterland Productions and Epic Rights, Dies at 69

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Roy Trakin Dell Furano, a pioneer in rock merchandising as the founder of Epic Rights, an entertainment agency and brand management company, has died.

He was 69. The cause of death was not immediately revealed.Motley Crue manager Allen Kovac said of Furano, whose Epic Rights is handling the merchandising for the band’s upcoming stadium tour with Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts: “Dell was a trailblazer in the merchandising world.

Always smiling as if he had a special gift, something new he would to bring you didn’t know you needed.”Furano started in the merchandising and licensing business co-founding Bill Graham’s Winterland Productions.

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