Rodney Moore Releases Video for 'Wichita Lineman'

LOS ANGELES — Rodney Moore has released a video for his cover of Glen Campbell’s 1968 hit “Wichita Lineman.

The adult director/performer, who records as a musician under the name David Perry, plays all of the instruments — including drums, keyboards, guitar and bass — in addition to singing. Written by Jimmy Webb, “Wichita Lineman” has also been covered by musicians ranging from REM in 1996 to jazz vocalist Cassandra Wilson in 2002.

“I learned to play the song first on the piano and then decided to record it and worked out guitar, bass and drum parts,” Moore said. “It is truly a great song. I hope everyone enjoys it. I’m really happy with my synth and guitar solos at the end, and I even did a little boogying. ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ are you ready for me? Make sure to give it a thumbs up.”

To watch the video, visit YouTube.

Moore had a career in music before entering the adult industry in 1992 and has worked with Sir Mix-a-Lot, saxophonist Kenny G and singer/songwriter Meredith Brooks over the years. In the adult industry, he is known for series that include “Scale Bustin Babes,” “Daddy Likes ‘Em Fatty” and “Horny Hairy Girls."

For more information on Moore, visit RodneyMoore.com or follow him on Twitter.