Eric "Two Scoops" Moore:
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Music Cafe can now be ordered directly from cdbaby.com!
Check out Two Scoops' radio interview!
KPLU's interview with Eric aired 1/3/2011 - it's up on the web now: http://www.kplunews.org/post/boogie-woogie-heart
Here's what some listeners wrote back to say:
Very nice! You don't hear music like that anymore! Real music! Happy New Year!
Happy New Year Amy and Eric!...I just happened to turn on the radio yesterday, just in time to catch the interview.... We have Eric's CD's and have seen you two at The New Orleans, The Seattle center, and Third Place Books, and spoke briefly once. Always such a treat. Real music, so warm, accessible, comical, and uplifting, almost makes ya wonder why they call it the Blues! Energizes, like the guy in the video. Cheers!
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According to Mrs. Scoops, "Whenever I tell Eric to mail out a CD, or do anything for that matter, he makes a funny face. Then he brings it to me, to keep me company while he runs to the post office!"
"Your face is a book, where men may read strange matters."---William Shakespeare
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Recent Press Clipping
"There we were, a gaggle of girls,...watching Eric "Two Scoops" Moore cooking up a storm on stage. Stomping his feet, slapping his keyboard and trading vocal licks with his band, Two Scoops offered up his hungry man's hit, "Big Buffet" ("They got meat and potatoes, they got beans and rice, they got good country gravy make you go back twice ... "). Could it get any better?"
-- Nancy Leson, Seattle Times restaurant critic
|The Tacoma News tribune
Mood indigo - Eric "Two Scoops" Moore of Seattle, front, and Jim King of the Two Scoops Combo wail a tribute to the hamburger Saturday at the Old Town Blues Festival in Tacoma.
Photo: Drew Perine - The News tribune
The Seattle blues scene has been getting an extra burst of boogie from Eric "Two Scoops" Moore.
This 44-year-old pianist, singer and songwriter moved here in 1996, after 5-1/2 years on the road with Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson. Moore's latest album, "Music Café," features hilariously crafted, cartoonish, Louis Jordan-type songs, such as "Big Ugly Fella" and "Let's Eat!" as well as rollicking, honky-tonk piano that might give Jerry Lee Lewis a fright.
Moore, whose tunes are featured as transition music on the National Public Radio show "Car Talk," won the Washington Blues Society's Best Keyboard award for 2003.
Catch Two Scoops. He's the real item.
-- Paul de Barros, Seattle Times
"Jerry Lee Lewis meets Randy Newman. This guy can not only play, his original lyrics are funnier than a monkey with a gag writer."
-- Critic's Pick, Seattle Times
Two Scoops Combo performs at public and corporate events in the Puget Sound area and around the world. To see upcoming events or to book an event, go here!