Tony Moran is a two-time Grammy nominated remixer, producer, singer-songwriter. He is also one of the most well known DJs in the house music genre, regularly playing to massive crowds at events throughout the world.
Moran began his career in 1981 as half of the production team, “The Latin Rascals”. He helped write and produce “Show Me” for The Cover Girls, a song that became his first Top 40 gold record and also helped to usher in the freestyle era of music that included artists like TKA, Sa-fire and Lisette Melendez.
Tony Moran credits his freestyle background for the pop sensibility he incorporates into his music today. He has worked with top dance and pop artists including Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Neyo, Cher, Kristine W and many others. He was nominated for two Grammys for his production of Gloria Estefan’s “Don’t Let This Moment End” and “Heaven’s What I Feel”.
He has also produced some major indie dance club hits including “Put Your Hands Up”, “Cafe Con Alegria” and “The Promise”.
His newest dance club production is “I’m Not Coming Down”, a collaboration with dance legend Martha Wash.
With more than 800 titles, dozens of Top 40 pop hits and countless No. 1 dance singles to his credit, the two-time Grammy-nominated Moran shows no signs of slowing down. Driven as ever, but imbued with the creative freedom to develop and evolve his trademark sound on his own terms, Moran — like his contemporaries and role models Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Bob Sinclair and David Guetta — is taking his music across the globe from the Americas to Europe to Asia and back.
With Moran, the beat goes on…