Awarding-winning adult director and performer Rodney Moore has been making a name for himself as a musician/writer/producer under the name David Perry since the 1980s. Though he’s devoted most of his time the last 20 years to his successful porn career, over the past six months, he’s been getting back into doing music, while still cranking out hot scenes. Recently, he’s done fairly accurate renditions of such hits as Ricky Nelson’s “You Tear Me Up”, The Byrds “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better”, Bill Withers’ “Use Me”, Frankie Avalon’s “Venus”, and The Beatles’ “Dear Prudence.” In addition to playing and singing all the parts himself, he also (of course) shoots and edits the video. He wears many hats (literally, see the videos).
Rodney’s latest music video is for a brand new song called “Goodbye Hello” that he composed the lyrics and music for. Like his other videos, he’s the star playing the keyboard, drums, and guitar, while also supplying the vocals and back-up vocals. Woofie Katt (his cat) is featured throughout the video as his co-star, one of his video’s staples.
“I hope people will be uplifted and inspired by ‘Goodbye Hello’, says Rodney. “It’s been called by one listener, ‘A Guide to Life.’”
“Goodbye Hello” and all of Rodney’s videos can be found on his YouTube channel. Make sure to subscribe and never miss a new video. It’s under his name David Perry (not to be confused with the European porn star of the same name)
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ABOUT RODNEY MOORE
In 1992, award-winning director and performer Rodney Moore entered the adult biz shooting couples and amateurs, and over 1000 titles later; he continues to be a force to be reckoned with. Known affectionately as The King of Cream, he’s been nominated and won several AVN and XBZ Awards, in addition to making the AVN Hall of Fame in 2008 and being inducted into XRCO Hall of Fame in 2013.
Before doing adult, he was producing music in Seattle. He produced over 100 radio and TV jingles, in addition to two disco hits by an artist named Salazar and an album for Meredith Brooks (famous for her song “I’m a Bitch”). He’s also worked with jazz great Kenny G and rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot. In 1985, he wrote, arranged and produced a charity record in the same vein as “We are the World” called “Give Just a Little,” featuring local celebrities performing that raised money for the local food banks.
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