Nashville indigenous Florence Dore used various punk, rock and roll and country rings for 15 years before slicing her initial LP Perfect Town. An educational by day time, Dore pursued her music profession while generating a doctoral level in American books. Her dissertation was on modernism within the American book and emphasized the task of William Faulkner, whom she’s been recognized to research in her literary, psychologically articulate songwriting. During the discharge of Perfect Town, Dore was focusing on a tenure monitor at Kent Condition, while holding home in NEW YORK because of a post doctoral fellowship at N.Con.U. Before that, she assimilated the musical climates of Boston, where she taught 8th quality while moonlighting using the Myrtles; Berkeley, where she used San Francisco music group the Mudsills; and Wesleyan University in Connecticut, where she performed alongside Matt Ashare in renowned punk music group Puse Escalator. Onstage, Dore’s academia is out the windows, and she can rock and roll with the very best of these. The music group, which includes Chris Erikson (business lead acoustic guitar), who’s been using Dore for over ten years; Scott Yoder (Mojo Dixon) on bass; and Dennis Diken (the Smithereens) on drums, keeps its on Dore’s make of poetically cost-effective, Lucinda Williams-inspired country-rock.
|1||Photographer's model and beauty queen, who appeared in several Warner Brothers films of the early 1930's.|
|2||Runner-up, 1925 Miss America Pageant. The winner was Fay Lanphier.|
|3||Miss America in 1925.|
|Pointed Heels||1929||Kay Wilcox (as Adrienne Doré)|
|Peaceful Alley||1929||Short||A Mission Girl|
|Delicious and Refreshing||1929||Short|
|The Wild Party||1929||Babs (as Adrienne Doré)|
|Beyond London Lights||1928||Kitty Carstairs|
|The Swim Princess||1928||Short||Minor Role (uncredited)|
|The Valley of Hunted Men||1928||Minor Role (uncredited)|
|Undercover Men||1934||Betty Winton|
|Love, Honor and Oh Baby!||1933||Louise|
|The Girl from Calgary||1932||Lulu - Darrell's Secretary (uncredited)|
|The Thirteenth Guest||1932||Winston's Date (uncredited)|
|Street of Women||1932||Frances|
|The Rich Are Always with Us||1932||Allison Adair|
|Two Seconds||1932||Annie (uncredited)|
|The Famous Ferguson Case||1932||Antoinette 'Toni' Martin|
|Play-Girl||1932||The Reno Girl (uncredited)|
|The Expert||1932||Sadie Crowley|
|Alias the Doctor||1932||Anna|
|Johnny's Week End||1930||Short|
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