Awarding-winning adult director and performer Rodney Moore enjoys making music in his time away from being in front of and behind the camera.

And, Rodney Moore has posted another music video to his YouTube channel for his fans to enjoy.

The super happy rendition features him singing in a 50s diner and playing all the instruments.

This time he’s going super old school with his cover of Neil Sedaka’s “Next Door to Angel”.

Woofie Katt even puts in a guest appearance. It will definitely put a smile on your face and can be seen here.

Obviously, industry blogger Mike South has seen his new video and is a huge fan of Rodney’s musical prowess. In one of his latest updates, South posts from a fan, “Why can’t Rodney Moore become the next big thing in music for mature baby boomers starving for old school real people music?”

“I hope the people who visit my YouTube page enjoy the videos as much as I enjoy making them,” says Rodney Moore. “The Neil Sedaka song has always been one of my favorites. It also seemed perfect timing with Valentine’s Day.”

In the last few months, Rodney has done music videos of Ricky Nelson’s “You Tear Me Up”, The Byrds “I’ll Feel a Whole Lot Better” and a highly original satire of Brad Paisley’s “Waiting on a Woman.” Subscribe to Rodney Moore’s YouTube page and never miss a new music video. It’s under the name David Perry (not to be confused with the European porn star of the same name) .


In 1992, award-winning director and performer Rodney Moore entered the adult biz shooting couples and amateurs, and over 800 titles later; he continues to be a force to be reckoned with.

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Known affectionately as The King of Cream, he’s been nominated and won several AVN and XBZ Awards, in addition to making the AVN Hall of Fame in 2006 and being inducted into XRCO Hall of Fame in 2013.

Before adult, he was a musician and still continues to make music, including his recent EDM track entitled “Only with the Lights Out” and his highly original renditions of other people’s songs that he posts to his YouTube page.

Back in the early 80s, he produced two disco hits by an artist named Salazar. He’s produced an album of Meredith Brooks (famous for her song “I’m a Bitch”), in addition to working with jazz great Kenny G and rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot. In 1985, he wrote, arranged and produced a charity record in the same vein as “We are the World” called “Give Just a Little,” featuring local celebrities performing that raised money for the local food banks.

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