Harold Davison, the music mogul credited with introducing the Rolling Stones to America, has died aged 89.
The veteran talent agent passed away on 11 October (11) in Palm Springs, California after losing his battle with congestive heart failure.
Davison, who was married to late British singer and television star Marion Ryan, worked as a talent agent, music manager and producer during his career and is best known for helping launch the Rolling Stones' career in the U.S. in the 1960s.
He was also the first manager to book Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland for concerts in the U.K. and Europe.