January 4, 1974|
North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire
|Associated acts||Chris DeBurgh|
Ian John Moor (born 4 January 1974, in North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire) is an English singer, and the Stars in Their Eyes Champion of Champions.
In 1999 Moor won the ITV show Stars in Their Eyes produced by Granada Television, Manchester in 1999, with his impersonation of Irish musician and songwriter Chris De Burgh. He sang De Burgh's 1986 song "The Lady in Red".
The following year, in 2000 Moor returned for his final appearance on Stars in Their Eyes as a guest, returning for the eleventh series live grand final, (won by the Freddie Mercury impersonator). Moor was joined on stage during his performance by De Burgh for a duet. Following success on Stars in Their Eyes, in 2000, Moor went on to record an album with BMG. Entitled Naturally, which peaked at position 38 on the UK Albums Chart Top 40 albums list.
Television and radio credits
- Stars in Their Eyes - four appearances, from May 1999 to May 2000
- BBC Radio Humberside - (several appearances from 1999)
- 96.9 Viking FM Radio (June 1999)
- BBC Look North (November 1999)
- This Morning (TV series) with Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan (four appearances between 1999 and 2000)
- The Kelly Show, recorded at UTV, Belfast, Northern Ireland (two appearances, between 1999 and 2000)
- Moor has appeared several times on Yorkshire Television productions, including Calendar, Magic Moments, The Magic Of Clubland and a documentary film about his life after Stars in Their Eyes
- BBC Radio Sheffield - Tony Capstick (January 2000)
- London Today (August 2000)
- LBC 97.3 Radio - Steve Allen show (August 2000)
- BBC Radio 2, "Steve Wright In The Afternoon" (August 2000)
- HTV News, Bristol (August 2000)
- Liberty Radio (August 2000)
- Radio Five Live - Nicky Campbell show (two appearances June 1999 and August 2000)
- Through the Keyhole (2001)
- ↑ "STARS IN EYES CHAMP TO MEET IDOL". Daily Mirror. June 7, 1999. Retrieved 18 May 2011.
- ↑ "10 things you didn't know about...". Coventry Evening Telegraph. March 18, 2000. Retrieved 31 March 2013.
- ↑ Betts, Graham (2005-10-01). Complete UK Hit Albums 1956-2005. HarperCollins UK. p. 277. ISBN 9780007205325. Retrieved 30 March 2013.
- ↑ "IAN MOOR". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 31 March 2013.