Simon Moran

Simon Moran is a concert promoter in the United Kingdom, managing director of SJM Concerts, and director of the Academy Music Group of venues. Simon Moran's company puts on about 2,000 shows a year as well as co-owning the T in the Park and V Festival. He is in charge of major London venues including the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire and O2 Brixton Academy. Moran is cited as being a "close friend" to UK pop band, Take That. In 2011, The Guardian credited Simon Moran as the "catalyst for the group re-forming in 2005" after he offered to promote a comeback tour. The band "heaped praise on music mogul Simon Moran" at the BRIT Awards 2008, for his work arranging their sell-out tour. Promoted by Moran, Take That's Progress in 2011 tour was the biggest live tour in UK and Irish history. SJM Concerts promotes tours by many well-known artists, including Morrissey, Spice Girls and The Killers and the company’s management arm, SJM Management manages the careers of The Script, The Coral, and Paul Heaton.

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