Otis Redding’s recording career started in 1962. His life tragically ended in a plane crash in 1967. During that brief five year period, this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee recorded more hits than most anyone ever has in the history of music!
McKinley Moore is keeping the legacy of Otis Redding alive today. His style respectfully recreates the magic of “The King of Soul”, backed by a world-class 8 piece band. McKinley & band performs at festivals and concerts, thrilling the audience with hits like:
“Try A Little Tenderness”
“These Arms Of Mine”
“Knock On Wood”
“I’ve Been Loving You Too Long”
“That’s How Strong My Love Is”
“I Can’t Turn You Loose”
“Sitting on the Dock of the Bay”
Mr. Moore regularly performs at festivals, concerts and local gigs in both the US and Europe.
McKinley “The Voice” Moore
Over the years McKinley Moore grew to love the soul music of Otis Redding, who he says reminded him of his mother's use of words and southern inflection. He has since perfected an arresting Otis Redding legacy show, which has received high accolade, with critics commending his voice as having a 'profound likeness to the King of Soul'.
McKinley’s 8-piece smokin’ band regularly performs at festivals, concerts and local gigs in both the US and Europe. The audiences love his renditions of “Dock of The Bay”, “Try A Little Tenderness”, “Respect”, “My Girl”, “Can’t Turn You Loose”, “Knock On Wood”, “Security”, “Change Is Going To Come” “Can’t Turn You Loose” and many more. This show truly and tastefully captures the spirit of one of the greatest entertainers of our time – Otis Redding!
ORM Orkestra Members
Matt Baxter, Guitar
David Sobel, Keyboards/Organ
Vicky Grossi, Bass
Thomas “Thunderfoot” Davis, Drums
Mike Rinta, Trombone
Charles Unger, Tenor Saxophone
Michael Parykaza, Trumpet
Doug Rowen, Baritone Saxophone