Talk to the Nation Features Melba Moore

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Grammy nominated recording artist and Tony Award winning actress Melba Moore was born into a family steeped in musical talent that encouraged and influenced her to hone her musical gifts and pursue her aspirations as an artist and performer. This encouragement no doubt led to her attendance at Newark New Jersey’s famed  Arts High School  and then on to  Montclair University where she earned a Bachelor of Music Education Degree.  
 
Following the education accreditations it was on to Broadway, and then becoming a major recording artist, punctuated by a historic Opera performance. 
 
Melba Moore is undisputedly the most diverse and talented artist this century has ever produced.
 
On This Episode of Talk to the Nation, Melba Moore  stops by to talk to host Geo, and the nation about her iconic, and legendary career spanning 45 years and counting. They talk  about her most recent projects, one that spawned the hot single “What Can I Do to Survive?” (available on iTunes and Amazon). And of course they visit with some of Melba’s chart topping tunes from the past. 
 
Listen in as one of the Nations greatest musical artist candidly talks about the milestones of her stellar career and the people that helped mold it.
 
 
 

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