Deborah Cox, the Canadian born platinum-selling singer/songwriter/actress with hits such as; “Nobody’s supposed to be here”, “We Can’t Be Friends”, and “Same Script, Different Cast” and acting credits that include the plays; “Aida” and “Love on Lay-Away” and the movie; “Love Come Down” has both a new album and a new movie coming out soon.
“Destination Moon” will be an r&b/jazz album paying tribute to the legendary “Queen of the Blues” singer Dinah Washington, one of the most influential vocalists of the twentieth century by reinterpreting some of her classic songs.
In regards to her new album, Deborah says; “This is a project that’s an introduction to all of the styles that I grew up with. It’s a way to expose another side of me that I’ve kept quiet. It’s a chance to look inside my history of influences and hear where I’m coming from as an artist. I think people will be pleasantly surprised.”
“Destination Moon” is scheduled to be released in the U.S. on Tuesday, June 19, 2007.
Deborah also has a new movie in the works called “A Good Man is Hard to Find” Deborah will be playing the part of Charlene, alongside; Hill Harper, Golden Brooks, Mel Jackson, Darius McCrary, Melissa DeSousa, and others.
“A Good Man is Hard to Find” is scheduled to be released in late 2007/early 2008.