Grace Moore is an American opera singer and a musical and film theater actress. She has been nicknamed "The Tennessee Nightbird". His films helped popularize opera by making it accessible to a wider audience. She was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in One Night of Love. In 1947, Moore died in a plane crash at the age of 48. She published an autobiography in 1944 titled You're Only Human Once. In 1953 a film about his life was released under the title So This Is Love starring Kathryn Grayson.
Tennessee Nightingale was a singer who appeared on stage at the Metropolitan Opera, on Broadway, and in films.
She studied singing in New York, earning a living by playing in nightclubs before making her Broadway debut in the Roaring Twenties.
She sang in various Italian operas at the Met in Paris and gave a Royal Command Performance at the Covent Garden in London.
She was born Mary Willie Grace Moore in Slabtown, Tennessee, which is now known as Del Rio, and moved to Knoxville with her family at a young age.
At the height of her popularity, MGM sought to give Moore equal billing to Maurice Chevalier in one of their movies, which so upset the Frenchman that he left Hollywood.
Former students of the university district - Belmont. Victims of air accidents or incidents in Denmark. Singer from Tennessee. American lyric Sopranos