Daniel Grinbank is an Argentine businessman and impresario. His business creations include four radio stations, a record label and a production company. In 2002 he set up a mutual fund to aid Club Atletico Independiente, a football and sports club in Greater Buenos Aires.
Grinbank was behind The Rolling Stones' free concert in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on 18 February 2006, as well as performances in Argentina by AC/DC, Aerosmith, Arctic Monkeys, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Coldplay, Bob Dylan, Franz Ferdinand, Guns N' Roses, INXS, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Metallica, Luis Miguel, Nirvana, Robert Plant, The Police, Prince, Tina Turner, U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Roger Waters, The Who, Yes. He also organised the Human Rights Now! tour closing concert in Argentina on 15 October 1988, in aid of Amnesty International, which featured Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen and Sting.
In 2003, bought the Club Deportivo Leganes, a second-division Spanish team. The team's lineup of high-level Argentine players left after half a season, however, and the club declined and has failed to recover, causing Grinbank economic losses.
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