The Federal Court Of Australia has ordered touring company RCM Touring be “wound up in insolvency”, after allegedly owing over $120,000 to another touring company.
RCM Touring — operated by talent agent Ralph Carr — was accused of failing to pay $120,300 in invoices to Big Deal Touring, for work involved in a number of tours which took place in 2017.
Court documents show RCM Touring has ordered a liquidator to wind up the company, and has told the liquidator to find $7,732.76 from RCM’s assets to pay Big Deal Touring’s court costs.
RCM Touring declined to comment when contacted by Music Feeds about the ruling, but had previously denied owing money to Big Deal Touring.
Tours named in the case included an an Elvis Presley tribute run, a Priscilla Presley speaking tour and appearances by AFL star Dustin Martin, as well as a Roy Orbison Australian hologram tour, which was cancelled in April.