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The New York Times did this July 20, 2009 music review of the Lincoln Center event.

Dorothy is on Mississippi Blues Trail website. Once at the website just click Jackson then mouse over Dorothy's marker.

Wikipedia - Even Wikipedia (the free encyclopedia) knows about Dorothy !

Vanity Fair Top Three Parties -Stayed in Mississippi

Softer Soul London 2006 review: The venue at first appeared to be the reunion of TV show 'I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here!' with bush tucker survivors Mylene Klass, Toby Antis, Jungle King, Matt Willis and runner up, Jason Donovan all amongst the audience, but as the show drew closer the audience had more to quell their starry eyes.

On Thursday, July 27th, 2006 Dorothy was notified that she was elected to the board of directors for the Blues Foundation for a three year term.

On June 24th, 2006, Dorothy received a Lifetime Achievement award from Monterey Bay Blues Festival. Read what Colin Dilnot has to say about this wonderful honor here.

A great interview with Dorthy at - She made you "Misty Blue". She made you ruminate on "Funny How Time Slips Away". She demanded "Let The Music Play" and you danced. She invited you to a "Special Occasion" and she always has her heart open "With Pen In Hand". Well, now she's asking her man (and bootleggers) "What You Doing With The Money?"

Dorothy Moore "I'm Doing Alright" (Farish Street) (
It had been a too long 9 years since the last all studio set (Malaco's "More Of Moore" ) from the fabulous Dorothy Moore (excluding a 2002 Christmas cd) but now she's back and better than just "alright" with this independently released showcase for her trusty pipes.

I'm Doing Alright (
21 Sep 2005 by Keeping Soul Alive Overall, this is a Dorothy Moore we haven’t heard before and she readily admits that he voice has got grittier in recent years. She also sings some falsetto, which was missing from her Malaco years, which enhances the depth of the whole ...

Dorothy Moore & Harrison Calloway
21 Sep 2005 by Keeping Soul Alive Dorothy Moore and Harrison Calloway working on the “I’m Doing Alright” album. Courtesy of Dorothy Moore Archives.

Dorothy Moore New CD Release Party
21 Sep 2005 by Keeping Soul Alive ... songs from "I'm Doing Alright" at her release party. The release was held at the Belhaven Market Place, a Saturday neighbourhood event, 25 June 2005. On keyboard is Melvin Hendrix, her brother.

CD Baby says - "Dorothy Moore's deep soul blues can be heard on "I'm Doing Alright." Known for her ballads you will find a good selection here. Dorothy's creative work comes to you full circle. She is not afraid to use her vocals, with church sounds and falsettas".

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Moore began singing with her church choir...(bio)

Soulful Kinda Music Magazine & Web Site - Dorothy's early discography starting as a Poppies singer....

Soulwalking, UK - Dorothy Moore hails from... (bio & early photo)

Please Come Home for Christmas - receiving a Christmas card from an old friend. Alan Shuto

Gittin' Down Live! - What a delight...What a song!! What a singer!! Alan Shuto

All Music Guide Biography - ...a sizzling piece of heartache soul. Ron Wynn

Gittin' Down Live! - ...powerful wild singer called Dorothy Moore. Vicente Zumel

Southern Soul Cellar compilation from Primer Reviews

MSN Chat - What inspired me to sing was the music my mother Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Otis Redding, Sam Cook, Louis Jackson & Dorothy Moore. Mary J. Blige

Greatest Hits - ...a retrospective of Moore's long recording career. Alan Shuto

Ambassadors of American Culture - Dorothy Moore will melt your heart and rock your soul...

Music from Phenomenon movie soundtrack - The Iguanas Misty Blue

Funky Blues - ...My father raised me on...Dorothy Moore's smokey blues rap and singing Allen S. Gordon

tvtome early tv appearances - Early television appearances listed...



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