Dorothy Moore Tours England
Dorothy Moore serenades Tito Jackson at the Gilgamesh Resturant, London England, January 2009.
Dorothy Moore will start a musical tour October 1, 2009 for eighteen days. She will be performing dates with the David Gest My Life Concert Extravaganza. Moore, best known for her song Misty Blue, will join pop and soul artists like Russell Tompkins Jr. and the New Stylistics, Percy Sledge, Billy Paul, Peabo Bryson, James Ingram, Jean Knight, Deniece Williams, William Bell and others. Legend actress Jane Russell will be honored at a gourmet dinner and performance at Cathedral Church, Liverpool.
The concert sites include the Journal Tyne Theater, Sheffield City Hall, Southport Theater and Liverpool Philharmonic Hall located in Liverpool, London and Newcastle.
"When Tito Jackson is in England, he tours with us. I hope to get visit with him this time to tell him how sad I was when I heard he lost Michael" Moore said. Reviewers of her performance in January 2009 wrote that Moore "... slayed the audience" and "She killed it!" "My British audiences make me feel so welcome. I tell them about Jackson, Mississippi where I from. I'll be touring on my birthday, October 13. It's a great way to celebrate," Moore said.
Dorothy Moore backstage with Russell Tompkins, Jr. and the New Stylistics in Liverpool England, January 2009.
For a complete listing of Moore's dates go to www.farishstreetrecords.com.
David Gest produced the legendary special "Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration." Gest is known in the United Kingdom and the United States as a host on television specials for holiday, celebrity home and British reality shows. He was the one time husband of Liza Minnelli.
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