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Get ready to be blown away! Tony Moore is bringing his electrifying one-man show AWAKE to the Elgar Room.

Tony’s journey in the music industry has been nothing short of legendary, from being an original member of Iron Maiden to playing with Meatloaf and hitting the charts with his own band in Holland to touring the world as a member of the band Cutting Crew (I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight).

Now, Tony’s bringing his own brand of musical magic to the world with his stunning and soul-stirring solo performance of a unique live concept called AWAKE.

AWAKE is a journey of self-discovery and a quest for truth, meaning, and love in a world that has gone mad. Tony has combined cutting-edge graphics, immersive video and unforgettable songs to create an experience like no other.

TONY MOORE PRESENTS – “AWAKE” At The Cutting Room In NYC On June 13th, 2024

“AWAKE” is a thrilling new One Man Show by acclaimed Singer/Songwriter and Multi-Instrumentalist Tony Moore, who’s eclectic history in the music industry began as an original member of Iron Maiden before going on to play piano with Meat Loaf; and, then taking on the keyboard player role within Cutting Crew (I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight).

LONDON BASED ARTIST TONY MOORE ANNOUNCES THE U.S. DEBUT OF HIS ACCLAIMED ONE MAN SHOW “AWAKE” IN NEW YORK ON JUNE 13TH, 2024

On June 13th, 2024 Tony Moore Will Present His One Man Show “AWAKE” At The Cutting Room In Manhattan (NY) Marking The First Time “AWAKE” Will Have Been Performed Anywhere Outside Of The UK As Tony Debuts The Show For An American Audience

London based Artist Tony Moore is set to present his critically acclaimed one man show “AWAKE” to an American audience for the very first time since launching it in London in 2021, when he will perform the U.S premiere of “AWAKE” at The Cutting Room in Manhattan on June 13th 2024.

Tony Moore played keyboards for Iron Maiden at one show in 1977: Now he’s back on the road with Steve Harris By Dave Ling (Classic Rock)

British Lion are currently on tour with support from prog rock one man band Tony Moore: “If Tony could play guitar back then the way he does now he’d probably still be in the band”, says Steve Harris

As Iron Maiden bassist Steve Harris’s ‘other’ band British Lion prepare for a lengthy UK tour throughout January, with support from Iron Maiden’s short-lived keyboard player Tony Moore and his praised ‘one-man show’, Classic Rock talked to Harris and his former bandmate.

Are the two of you in regular contact?

Steve Harris: Yeah. We drifted apart for a while, but Tony and I have been friends again for a few years now. It’s been nice.

Tony Moore: Steve hasn’t changed at all during that time.

Harris [Chuckling] Except I’ve got three chins now.

Moore: But seriously, ours is a rare friendship.

Steve, presumably you have seen Tony’s one-man show?

Harris: Yeah, of course. I saw it at the Camden Club in Chalk Farm [in North London], and then again at the Cart And Horses [East London]. His show blew me away. That second time, I took Simon [Dawson], the drummer of British Lion, and he loved it too. The music is kind of proggy, which I love, and if Tony could play guitar back then the way he does now he’d probably still be in the band [both laugh]. But Tony was on keyboards and rhythm guitar.