Canadian music mogul JOE SUMMERS has died. The veteran executive, who helped to establish A&M Records Canada in the 1980s and '90s, passed away on Friday morning (29May15). He landed a job at the label in 1972 and rose through the ranks to be appointed president in 1990, having worked with artists including Bryan Adams, The Police and Cat Stevens during his tenure. He retired as chairman in 1997.
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