Music exec Bob Greenberg dies

Worked with Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, the Rolling Stones

Bob Greenberg, a music industry executive for more than 50 years, died Sept. 11 in West Hills, Calif., after suffering a stroke the previous day. He was 75.

Greenberg had stints at Warner Bros., Atlantic Records, Mirage Records -- which he formed with his brother, Jerry -- and United Artists Records and worked with such artists as Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Genesis, Foreigner, AC/DC, Whitesnake, Aretha Franklin, ABBA and Bette Midler.

He also served as president of the trade publication Hitmaker Magazine.

In addition to his brother, Greenberg is survived by his wife, Anne; sons Brett and Kirk; and daughters-in-law Nancy and Austin. The family asks that donations be made to the American Heart Assn.