Edward Kelsey Moore plays Too Hot To Handel
Heeding his musical muse, Edward Kelsey Moore and his cello will be in the orchestra for Too Hot To Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah, being presented for just two Chicago concerts on January 18th and 19th at the spectacular Auditorium Theatre.
An exciting reinvention of Handel’s Messiah, Too Hot To Handel brings this classic piece to life in a transformative way; fusing two of the most distinct music styles – Jazz and Gospel – while weaving in Blues, Swing, Classical and even Scat singing. It is a toe-tapping, hand-clapping performance that ends with everyone on their feet for the Hallelujah Chorus! For more information
and a link for tickets visit the Appearing Soon page on this website -- click here!
Coming up in February, the U.S. trade paperback of The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat will be published by Vintage Contemporaries (part of Knopf-Doubleday). They have created completely new cover art for the U.S. paperback edition -- click on the image to enlarge it! While we wait for that to become available, the hardcover (first edition) is still to be found in some independent bookstores -- check the one in your neighborhood! Most Indy stores can order the book (in person or online) for a quick delivery, or you could also shop at the big online book merchants. As you know, The Supremes would be a great reading gift, and don't forget you can treat your family, and your friends (and yourself) to the audiobook version -- available on CDs, or by quick, convenient MP3 download!
The New York Times Bestselling novel The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat is the marvelous tale of Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean... Through marriage, children, happiness and the blues, these strong, funny women gather each Sunday at the same table at Earl’s diner for delicious food, juicy gossip, occasional tears and uproarious banter. With wit, style, and sublime talent, Edward Kelsey Moore brings together four intertwined love stories, three devoted allies, and two sprightly earthbound spirits in a warmhearted novel that celebrates friendship and second chances.