Chante Moore Tour 2021
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Chante Moore (born February 17, 1967) is a American Music Award-winning R&B, jazz and soul singer-songwriter, known for her singles “Love’s Taken Over” and “It’s Alright”, hailing from San Francisco, California, U.S.
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Born the daughter of a gospel minister, Chante Moore was raised on a solid diet of George Duke and Lee Ritenour. Having been a beauty pageant contestant and model in her younger years, by the age of 22 she had been discovered by MCA Records exec Louil Silas, who subsequently singed her to Silas Records. The singer’s musical debut came singing backup for R&B diva and Moore’s idol Toni Braxton. Moore subsequently featured on El DeBarge’s hit single “You Know What I Like” ahead of releasing her debut album “Precious” in 1992. Whilst the album only reached No. 101 on the Billboard 200, the album’s singles “Love’s Taken Over”, “It’s Alright”, “Who Do I Turn To”, and “As If We Never Met” all charted within the R&B Charts Top 40 significantly raising Moore’s profile.
Two years later the singer issued her sophomore album “A Love Supreme” which charted at No. 64 on the Billboard 200. Moore subsequently recorded “Your Home Is in My Heart” with Boyz II Men for the “How Stella Got Her Groove Back” soundtrack, as well as featuring on the American Music Award-winning soundtrack for the 1995 film “Waiting to Exhale”. Following the release of her highest-charting album to date, 1999’s “This Moment Is Mine” Moore was nominated for the Soul Train Music Award for Single of the Year alongside Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Lauryn Hill. Two years later she would win the Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single for her song “Contagious” featuring the Isley Brothers.
The Billboard No. 50 charting album “Exposed” appeared in 2000 after which Moore moved to Arista Records to release a duet album with partner Kenny Lattimore entitled “Things That Lovers Do”. The record proved her most successful to date peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard R&B Charts and spawned the follow-up duet album “Uncovered/Covered” in 2006. A year later the singer performed in the stage production of “By Any Means Necessary”, before signing a new solo contract with Peak Records. Moore’s fifth full-length “Love the Woman” was released in June 2008. Led by the single “Ain’t Supposed to Be This Way”, Moore supported the album with a modest U.S. tour, before returning to musical theatre. Her first album release in five years and noted for its stronger jazz influences, Chante Moore’s sixth studio album “Moore is More” was released in July 2013.