Melba Moore has shot to super-stardom in the early 1970s with her debut album ("I Got Love"), that garnered her a 1971 Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, the following year, she also scored with a variety television show that co-starred Clifton Davis. Despite the show's being a modern success...See full bio »
(performer: "A Little Bit More" from "Melba Moore: Live in Concert")
2007Melba Moore: Live in Concert
(writer: "The Other Side Of The Rainbow" / performer: "The Other Side Of The Rainbow", "You Stepped Into My Life", "This Is It", "Falling", "It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing", "Stormy Weather", "I Concentrate On You", "Air Mail Special", "Mozart", "Summertime", "Hair Medley", "Purlie", "Everything With Breath Praise The Lord", "Nobody But Jesus", "Don't Stop Prayin'", "A Little Bit More", "Lean On Jesus", "Christmas Medley")
[on being a born-again Christian]: As the years went by, we saw the devastation that has come upon us because of sexual immorality. And we had no idea that our popularizing taking drugs was going to be so devastating. I regret that. But I know that, with every age, we make mistakes.
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Studied piano and voice at the High School for Performing Arts and received a bachelor's degree in music education from Montclair (NJ) State College.
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