After more than two decades as the manager of Aussie rock icons The Living End, Rae Harvey has described how she has been unceremoniously fired from her role.

For the vast majority of The Living End’s career, they’ve been managed by none other than Rae Harvey.

An industry legend, Harvey’s career has also seen her manage the likes of 360, Pez, Gyroscope, and defunct rockers Children Collide, providing them all with the guidance needed to become world-class musicians.

However, Rae Harvey has now revealed how her long-running association with The Living End has come to an abrupt end, revealing her recent firing in a Facebook post earlier today.

The post, titled ‘Farewell To The Music Industry’, sees Harvey expressing her shock at the sudden dissolution of her relationship with one of Australia’s most beloved rock acts.

“After 22-years of faithful service, my management agreement with The Living End was suddenly terminated a couple of weeks ago,” Harvey wrote.

“Having dedicated the best years of my life to a band I assumed were a part of my family forever, what a kick in the guts.”

“It is at my insistence that I’m honest about this and there’s no wishy-washy statement about splitting amicably, that’s not my style. I was fired. There…. I said it.”