From The New York Post:
The rock ‘n roll world is mourning the freakish death of longtime industry insider Mick Brigden, who managed careers and directed tours for the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Peter Frampton, among other acts.
Brigden died earlier this week following an accident as he was attempting to dig a grave for his family’s dog at his hilltop home north of Santa Rosa, Calif., the Press Democrat reported Friday. He was 73. The hole for the grave collapsed in on Brigden and he died immediately, according to TMZ. Brigden briefly lived in New York in the 1960s where he became the road manager for Long Island-based band Mountain, remembered for their hit “Mississippi Queen” and their performance at Woodstock in 1969.