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Tony Moore Plays The Pheasantry

Award-winning Singer/Songwriter/Musician Tony Moore presents his one-man show at The Pheasantry, one of London’s most historic live music locations, on October 9th. It’s the first time Tony will be playing this Pizza Express Flagship venue and he will be performing a mix of his material both new and old including something classic from his musical past.

Tony said “Many incredible artists have played on this stage over the years including performers like Brian May, so I am thrilled to be able to be part of the amazing heritage of The Pheasantry. It’s also my birthday two days later, so I will be making this an extra special event”.

Tony will be playing two 45-minute sets and may also be joined by a surprise guest singer on the night. Tickets are on sale now via the Pizza Express Live website.

Tony Moore has had a long and eclectic career in the music business. He started out as one of the original members of Iron Maiden playing keyboards, then over the years has worked with many artists including being keyboard player with Cutting Crew in the 80’s. For the last 20 years he has dedicated his time to helping new and developing singer/songwriters through the legendary stages he has created, first at The Kashmir Klub and latterly The Bedford in Balham.

He was inducted into the Music Managers Forum roll of honour for his services to British Music as well as being awarded the much coveted Gold Badge award in 2010.

Tony Moore is the Renaissance Man of Rock..” SEEN London Magazine.

“Tony believed in me, gave me a stage to be seen and a platform to be heard.  I loved those days – we had fun and Tony will always be a legend to me!!!!” Paolo Nutini

“Tony is a total rock of strength to anyone doubting that music is their path in life – I aspire to remain as in love and involved with it as he is.” KT Tunstall

You’re in for a treat in SEEN’s opinion. Not only is Tony a talented musician, he’s a skilful raconteur in between numbers. His good humour and boundless enthusiasm for music are infectious.

The Pheasantry
152 Kings Road
Londonq
SW3 4UT

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