Kev Moore

Kev Moore

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Kev Moore (born 20 May 1958, Chesterfield, England) is a Bass Player and Lead Vocalist. Formerly with Tubeless Hearts, he played with English pop band Christie from 1990 to 2003, and was featured in Graham Oliver’s Saxon on two European tours, before other commitments resulted in John Ward taking over vocal duties for the resulting Oliver/Dawson Saxon CD releases. Nevertheless, he appeared on Graham Oliver’s solo album End of an Era returning the favour after Oliver appeared on Tubeless Hearts' Three CD.

Since 1998 he has been an occasional member of The Gonads, the punk band founded in the mid-seventies by journalist Garry Bushell, touring America and appearing on the albums Back and Barking and Schiz-oi-phrenia in addition to two videos of songs from the yet-to-be-released third Gonads album featured on the Bushell on the Box DVD.

As of 2005, Moore has been lead vocalist and bassist with BC Sweet, the band originally founded by Sweet vocalist, the late Brian Connolly.

In 2009 he toured again with Christie with a string of dates commencing in Germany.

January 2009 saw the recording and digital download release of "Derby Pride", a new song for Derby County Football Club, which was scheduled for release as a CD single in Spring 2009.

May 2009: Christie reconvened as the 1990 line-up for rehearsals and to begin a reunion European tour with dates through December.


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