Vintage Vocals

A Wirral singer has proved that you don't need to be old to love music from the war.

Lilli Moore was speaking on the Coffee Club about her passion for nostalgia.

Lilli Moore

Lilli was the main lounge singer on a cruise ship last year and now does charity and paid work, singing songs from the 1920s to the 1950s.

The 24 year old told Steve Evans that she also likes modern music with a vintage twist.

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She also writes and performs her own songs, getting her inspiration from musicals like Oklahoma, Phantom of the Opera and Chicago.

Lilli has been a stage performer since she was at school and lists Michael Buble, Doris Day and Sarah Brightman amongst her favourite singers.

Wirral vintage singer Lilli Moore sings live and talks to Steve Evans on Radio Clatterbridge by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud

 

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