Tony Moore (singer)

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Tony Moore was the lead singer of the heavy metal band Riot. He was in the band from 1986 to 1992, recording Thundersteel , The Privilege of Power , 2008 to 2009 [1] and rejoining in 2010 [2] along with the other members from the Thundersteel line-up to release Immortal Soul . He also sang with Faith and Fire, a project with Mike Flyntz. They released their first and only album Accelerator in 2006.

<i>Thundersteel</i> 1988 studio album by Riot

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<i>The Privilege of Power</i> 1990 studio album by Riot

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References

  1. "RIOT Parts Ways With Singer TONY MOORE". Blabbermouth.net . Roadrunner Records. December 4, 2009.
  2. "Vocalist TONY MOORE Rejoins RIOT". Blabbermouth.net. RoadRunner Records. September 29, 2010.