Through the realms of TV, Radio and Theatre, MAGGIE MOONE has emerged not only as a highly-accomplished singer, but as one of the UK’s most versatile entertainers. Through the 80’s and 90’s she enjoyed guest appearances on just about every light-entertainment television show. To name but a few...Des O’Connor Tonight; Morecambe & Wise; Jim Davidson; Live From The Piccadilly; Live From The Palladium; Mike Yarwood In Persons; Max Boyce; Starburst; Summertime Special; Give Us A Clue; Blankety Blank and many more.
However, it is as the resident singer on ITV’s Name That Tune that she became a firm family favourite, working with TV Hosts Tom O'Connor and Lionel Blair. She later joined funny-man Russ Abbot in his four year BBC Comedy Series, when she revealed a natural flair for mimicking accents and dialects.
As a solo artiste, she went on to win "New Faces" in the late 70's (with a 100% mark from Record Mogul Mickie Most) when she was “discovered” by hit song-writers Don Black & Geoff Stevens who signed her for the lead role of "Pandora" on their concept album “Dear Anyone”, D.J.M. records.
EUROVISON 1980 she was voted “Equal-First” in the "Live" BBC’s “A Song For Europe” with another Black/Stephen's song "Happy Everything". In 1981, she represented Gt Britain in the Seoul Song Festival with a Les Reed song "No Hard Feelings" and attained the Silver Award as runner-up to USA's Al Green.
Maggie’s own half-hour TV Special for Grampian Television received the TV & Radio Industries Club of Scotland Award, and in 1986 she was nominated alongside Madonna, Cliff Richard and Wham for the UK MOST POPULAR SINGER Award in the TV Times’ TV Awards.
Recent TV appearances include BBC’s Pebble Mill, Channel 5’s “Five’s Company” and as a guest on Anne Charleston's "Star Lives". Maggie is a regular guest artiste on board cruise liners and for the armed forces overseas.
She keeps busy recording voice-overs, corporate video presentations and singing at corporate conventions. In 2001 she appeared with Frank Carson at the Weymouth Pavilion, in 2002/2003 toured with Craig Douglas and the Tornados, and in 2004 she “topped the bill” at the Westcliff Theatre, Clacton. In 2005 Maggie teamed up with ex-singing partner Mo Rivers to record "As Time Goes By" ... a contemporary revival of 34 wartime favourites within 15 dance track compositions.