ON THE ROAD WITH THE FOXWORTH THEORY PRESENTS THE MARVELOUS MELBA MOORE INTERVIEW – PART ONE (5/2/23)
Host Eugenia Foxworth takes The Foxworth Theory podcast on location in NYC. Here’s the first part of a three-part interview with Tony Award winner/R&B legend, the marvelous Melba Moore. The longtime songstress shares her legacy, news of a new album, “Imagine,” as well as upcoming honors from President Biden and the upcoming star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
ON THE ROAD WITH THE FOXWORTH THEORY – THE MARVELOUS MELBA MOORE INTERVIEW – PART TWO (5/4/23)
On location from NYC, host Eugenia Foxworth presents the second in a three-part series of chats with Tony Award winner/Grammy nominated hit maker, The Marvelous Melba Moore. The longtime songstress discusses the inspiration behind her role in the Broadway musical, “Purlie”, of which she earned the Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical. She also discusses how her new album, “Imagine”, is a family affair at work (Melba’s daughter, Charli Huggins, is the co-executive producer, alongside her uncle, Beau Huggins). Take a look and listen…
ON THE ROAD WITH THE FOXWORTH THEORY – THE MARVELOUS MELBA MOORE INTERVIEW, PART THREE (CONCLUSION) (5/8/23)
Host Eugenia Foxworth presents the conclusion of her on location interview with the legendary Tony Award winner/Grammy nominee, Melba Moore. The two discuss the groundbreaking history Ms. Moore has created, from her Tony Award win on Broadway’s “Purlie” (first Black actress to earn the honor in the Best Actress category) to her co-hosting the weekly CBS-TV summer variety series with Clifton Davis (the first Black couple to do so). Ms. Moore also shares the making of her new album, “Imagine”, and working with her daughter, record producer Charli Huggins. Watch and enjoy.
Eugenia Foxworth’s contribution to society began young as the daughter of interracial parents. Identifying as African American on her mother’s side and British from her father’s lineage, Miss Foxworth understood both the impact and importance of human rights for all. She credits civil and gay rights activist Bayard Rustin for mentoring her after graduating Drexel University with a degree in civil engineering.