Gramophone's former Advertisement Director has died

James Jolly Mon 23rd February 2015

Barry Irving dies aged 69

Gramophone's former Advertisement Director Barry Irving has died, aged 69. A well-loved figure in the music industry Barry joined Gramophone in July 1965 as assistant to then Advertisement Manager Reg Pollard. When Reg Pollard retired in January 1972, Barry succeeded him and ran the department for the next 24 years before taking on a business development role. When Haymarket acquired Gramophone in 2000, Barry Irving left the company and shortly after founded International Record Review which he ran, alongside Máire Taylor, until his death.  

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