Lucinda Moore (born Lucinda Simmons) is a gospel singer, songwriter, and arranger with a big voice suited for leading large choirs. A native of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Moore began singing in church in early childhood. By her early teens, she was singing lead in local choirs. Her professional career began a few years later when she netted a position as backing vocalist for one of her influences, Tramaine Hawkins, a post she held for five years. After several more years of performing with multiple gospel vocal groups, large and small, including appearances with the Gospel Music Workshop of America, she self-released her first solo recording, an EP titled Unlimited Praise, in 2004. That led to a spot on the Tyscot Records roster, and the label issued her debut long-player, Lucinda Moore, in 2006. It landed in the Top 20 of Billboard's ...
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