David Guetta’s manager, Liverpool’s iconic Cream club’s former production manager, tour member with Sasha and Carl Cox and contributor to Creamfield’s and The Warehouse project. These are all job descriptions and invaluable roles Alan Green has made to the industry over the past decade. A decade that has seen the industry go from a humble, underground based scene, to now being one of the most dynamic and thriving.
On September 20th Alan Green passed away in his sleep. with the cause remaining unknown. However his ongoing battle with epilepsy has been well documented with his support to bringing awareness to the disease. Green was one of the unknown characters within the industry who had major impact, not only on David Guetta’s career, but also brought great respect from the dance community. Having been an epilepsy activist for over 10 years, his personal life often crossed over with his professional one.
His the scale of his contribution to the scene can already be scene by the outpouring of support from artists. With David Guetta’s somber tweet thanking him for his dedication and work throughout their time, social media outlets saw people from all corners of the globe and industry express their sadness for the loss of one of the unsung heroes. DJ Snake’s words reflected that of many saying, “Always helpful in any situation, he spent time making sure people’s travels and life were good to continue on any tour.”
Alan Green leaves a wife Lainie and 9 year-old son Ewan behind, with our heartfelt condolences going out to them both.
Source: The Daily Record