Eric “Two Scoops” Moore




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Eric “Two Scoops” Moore

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore serves up a unique blend of rollicking boogie-woogie humor and heart-felt blues. He stirs fun into his audience with the touch of a master chef. His legendary ability to transport listeners to Chicago, Kansas City or New Orleans in a flash has been documented in countless fan testimonials. In a typical show, he breathes new life into familiar favorites and delivers generous portions of crowd-pleasing hits from his own records.

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore credits

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore toured and recorded with the late Chicago blues harpmaster, "Earring" George Mayweather (7 years) and the great Muddy Waters guitarist, Grammy and Handy award winner, Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson (6 years). He has performed with his Seattle Blues Band at premier blues venues and festivals in 36 states, 12 countries on three continents. He sold his records to fans all over the world, but one special fan in Seattle stole his heart.

Eric “Two Scoops” Moore CD

The House of Blues in Cambridge MA hosted its first ever wedding/blues jam for Eric “Two Scoops” Moore and his wife on Valentine's Day 1996. The occasion was also a celebration of his miraculous recovery from a nearly fatal bout with flesh-eating bacteria and a release party for his first CD. Over nine years later, the disc still receives frequent airplay!



2005, 2003, 2002 & 2001 Washington Blues Society BB Award


2001 Washington Blues Society BB Awards


1999 New England Blues Audience Reader's Poll

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One response to “Eric “Two Scoops” Moore”

  1. Press says:

    [These musicians] have been plying their trade – a mixture of boogie-woogie piano magic, electric blues, and old-time rock and roll – for nearly seven years. And if you think the bar-band circuit is tough – 36 states, 12 countries, and three continents so far – this American badass has survived . . . wait for it . . . flesh-eating bacteria. Let’s see Kid Rock do that…
    Seattle Weekly – August 2003

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