After a performing career in the 1980s, Tony Moore was responsible for creating and building the Kashmir Klub in 1997. The Kash (as it was affectionately known) was a unique venue in central London that almost single-handedly lead the singer/songwriter acoustic revolution in the UK with debut performances from Damien Rice, KT Tunstall, Imogen Heap, Lucie Silvas, Tom Baxter as well as secret sets from Sheryl Crow, Mick Fleetwood, Dave Stewart and many more.
In 2003, Tony took over running The Bedford in Balham. Under his musical stewardship, the venue has grown into an award winning location. For the last 5 years, Tony has produced and presented the British Acoustic Stage at MIDEM in Cannes, working directly with the UK Music Industry to establish one of the most important showcases of the year.
In December 2006 he launched The Regal Room in Hammersmith, which has quickly become one of London’s most intimate and beautiful acoustic spaces and he also worked closely with “AEG Live” in the development of the IndigO2.