Vikki Moss

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Vikki Moss is a Canadian singer.

Career[edit]

Moss' first appearance on the Canadian music scene was a 1983 duet with Tim Feehan entitled "Never Say Die", that hit #1 on the Canadian A/C charts. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, She has had a long-time association with famed producer David Foster. She sang lead vocal for "Love at Second Sight", a song from his first solo album The Best of Me, and most notably on a track on the St. Elmo's Fire[1] soundtrack entitled "If I Turn You Away", co-written by Foster and Richard Marx. She has also appeared on various Japanese TV soundtracks, including "Whispers at Night" from Abunai Deka.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sippel, John (15 June 1985). "Inside Track". Billboard. p. 80. Retrieved 28 May 2010. 

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