Revealed: Michael Hutchence adviser used tax haven to exploit unheard songs

Business manager Colin Diamond set up a company in Mauritius in lead-up to anniversary of INXS singer’s death

Just what happened to the INXS singer Michael Hutchence’s reputed millions – and whether his daughter, Tiger Lily, stands to inherit his supposed fortune – has been one of the enduring mysteries of the rock world.

Now, with the release of the Paradise Papers, documents have emerged shedding fresh light on who owns the rights to Hutchence’s body of work, which includes several unpublished songs.

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