Dan Parise Death – Dan Parise, who throughout the years worked with Live Nation, Diversified Production Services and many live occasions, kicked the bucket of heart failure on Aug. 24, sources have affirmed with Pollstar. He was 61.
Parise began his industry profession over 30 years back and throughout the years worked with Global Citizen Festival, Made In America, The Super Bowl, iHeart Radio Festival, Z100’s Jingle Ball, and the gigantic Yankee Stadium show from JAY-Z and Eminem.
Parise began his vocation with Metropolitan Entertainment in New York and was purchased up by SFX, which at that point turned out to be Live Nation. He additionally worked with the Grateful Dead from 1989-94 when he created the High Gate Vermont show arrangement.
At Live Nation Parise was Director of Production, and proceeded to make the organization’s Special Events division, which created the 25th commemoration Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concerts, A Concert for Hurricane Katrina Relief, and 12-12-12: A Concert for Sandy Relief.
“One of the most regarded TV and live show creation specialists, the multi-grant assigned industry veteran, begun his vocation once again 30 years back. Dan spoke to the best of us. He worked with the greats including JAY-Z, Eric Clapton, Oprah Winfrey, Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder,” Roc Nation said in an announcement. “He submitted his life to his family at home and his family out and about, improving every single one of us with each show. From working with Dave Matthews to Michelle Obama to Keith Richards, his imprint on the diversion and broadcast world will be felt for a long time into the future.”