Thursday September 24, 2020

Ex-Aiken executives form new firm after being laid off

Singular Artists has secured backing from influential German group Deutsche Entertainment AG

6th September, 2020
Fontaines DC, the Irish band, will remain on the client roster of Brian Hand, Simon Merriman and Fin O’Leary at the trio’s new company. Photo: David Wolff

A new events promotion company set up by three former Aiken Promotions executives aims to run events both north and south of the border.

Singular Artists has been set up by Brian Hand, Simon Merriman and Fin O’Leary, with backing from Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG), the German live entertainment group. The trio plan to collaborate with Kilimanjaro Live, DEAG’s subsidiary in Britain, to promote events.

Kilimanjaro is the event organiser behind...

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