Vince POWER

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1947-04-29
Education Dungarvan Vocational Coll
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Style Vince Power, Esq, CBE
Career early career as Woolworths, labourer and demolition worker, owner chain furniture shops N London 1964-82; opened The Mean Fiddler Harlesden 1982, Mean Fiddler Orgn became Mean Fiddler Music Gp plc 2001, chm until 2004, non-exec dir until 2005, sold Mean Fiddler Gp 2005; prop Vince Power Music Gp 2005-; also fndr: Subterania 1989, The Grand Clapham 1991, The Jazz Cafe 1992, The Forum 1993, The Garage 1993, Upstairs at the Garage 1994, The Crossbar 1995, The Mean Fiddler Dublin 1995, The Palace Luton 1995, The Powerhaus 1996, The Complex 1996, The Cube 1996, Power' Bar 1996, ZD 1996, Bartok 1998, Ion Restaurant & Bar 1998, Point 101 1998, London Astoria 2000, Mean Fiddler 2000, One Seven Nine 2001, G-A-Y 2002, Union-Undeb 2003, Berkeley Square Cafe 2003; promoter: Reading Festival 1989-2004, London Fleadh 1990-2005, Phoenix Festival 1993-97, Tribal Gathering 1995-97, Fleadh New York 1997, Madstock 1992, 1994, 1996 and 1998, Neil Young 1993, Paul Weller 1996, The Sex Pistols 1996 (first UK performance for 20 years), Big Love 1996, Mount Universe 1996, Jamiroquai 1997, Fleadh Chicago 1998-, Fleadh San Francisco 1998-, Temptation 1998, Cream Fields 1998, Pulp 1998, Fleadh Boston 1999-, Homelands 1999-, Homelands Scotland 1999, Homelands Ireland 1999, Leeds 1999-, Glasgow Green 2000-, National Adventure Sports Weekender 2001-, Doctor Music 2003; operational mangr Glastonbury Festival 2002-05; patron Nat Depression Campaign; involved with Cradle (Bosnian children's charity); Irish Post Award 1995
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