I just came across this while researching his Searching For Your Love on Hollywood for a Kent CD.
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an earlier article from same paper
The Lemon Twisters kept playing together; in 1968, they actually had an appointment at Columbia Records to talk about a possible recording contract, said Ray Love, a saxophonist who had joined the group by then.
But their driver made a wrong turn on the streets of New York and they missed the meeting.
"That was the end of that," Moore said.
In 1969, Moore moved to Miami looking for more work. He performed with several groups there, such as Notorious Miami, which enjoyed a minor hit in 1976 with a song titled "Kill That Roach."
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