Eric "Two Scoops" Moore at the Pacific Place Mall
Below is a sampling of some of our recent fan mail. We appreciate hearing from all of you!
Dear Mr.Moore, Would you be kind enough to let me know the total cost of one copy each of "Music Cafe","Hungry","Clean Plate"and"Big Buffet" sent to England by Air Mail in USD. Many thanks, Tom.
Dear Two Scoops, I was listening to Johnny Ferreira’s ‘Sax Radio” when one of your tracks was played and simply jumped out of the speakers. I’ve always thought that anyone who doesn’t love piano blues must have something seriously wrong with them. I've e-mailed Carol and look forward to ordering the CD’s. God bless you, Tom. P.S. A player in my local area, Ben Waters, is on You Tube. It would be wonderful if you were too
Subject: Connecticut// Fan's asking for your song's
Mr. Moore, I currently have Two Blues shows / both on Tuesday's in Connecticut.
Some listener is constantly calling asking for your material!!!!!/ she claims to have Family in your area and, would like me to play some of your material// If you're available for a phone interview I'll do that so she can at least hear your voice!!!! / anything you can do to satisfy that listener will be appreciated!!!!!!
- Ramblin' Bert / Blues Music Director WECS / WHUS.
I just want to say that since I recently heard "The Big Buffet" on the radio I have become a 'Two Scoops' Fan. I can't get enough of this great music. I'm always asking the WBOS in Boston to play this song and to my pleasure they comply. That starts a chain reaction of other people discovering 'Two Scoops'. Now that I know more about Eric I've learned that he has a significant fan base all over the world. You can be sure that I will continue to follow 'Two Scoops" music henceforth. I've begun collecting his music and I expect to get some other memorabilia such as the Big Buffet poster and probably a couple of shirts. I also want to see some live performances and will be paying attention to any tour schedule. Please keep up the EXCELLENT work!!
With my best regards,
I just found you quite by accident on Channel 77 which I never watch because all they ever show are shows with bad language and offensive animal photos, etc. However, tonight I was very surprised with nothing but the pleasant music of your very talented combo; not to mention yourself. I found your food theme very humorous and enjoyable. It certainly fits todays world! It was also so nice that you didn't use any profanity!
You remind me a lot of the music that was on the Seattle club scene in the 1970's such as Ken Olendorf, Overton Berry, Johnny Lewis, etc. Believe me, that's a compliment!
Keep up the good work and the great music!
Hello Eric and Amy,
My son, 7 year old "Justice", who you may remember from your Crossroads mall in Bellevue performances over the years, thinks you absolutely walk on water! We have the big buffet CD and he loves to dance the marionette (he asked Santa to bring him for Christmas) on his puppet stage to the first several songs-big buffet is his favorite though. He will be doing his first "performance" to his favorite song for his elementary school talent show this spring, and cant wait. I hope it is okay that he use this song of yours for his school talent show. We hope you are well and look forward to seeing you perform again soon!
Great show on the Harbor Steps......Keep it up and hope to hear you again soon
Hey Two Scoops,
Love your tunes man. I especially love the humor and personality you deliver.
We heard you at Bumbershoot and it was fantastic! We would like a "second helping", and since we would be coming from the Olympic Peninsula, we need some directions to the place listed on your calendar for The Triple Door on 9-20. Thanks for a fun afternoon of dancing at Bumbershoot.
- Christine and friends
Thanks - glad you enjoyed the show! The band won't be performing on 9/20, it will be Eric "Two Scoops" Moore with other musicians for the grand opening of this new nightclub. Should be a lot of fun. It is at 216 Union St. in Downtown Seattle (206) 838-4333 or (206) 623-4450 - that's the Wild Ginger next door. If you call them, be sure to let them know you would be coming primarily to see Two Scoops!
Amy & Eric
Enjoyed your performance at Third Place Books (7/11/2003) Sooo much! Great Music! Great Lyrics!!! Great Fun!!!
Thank you for your generosity and time to come to our area and play for our community audience!
Hi Eric & Mrs Moore,
We thoroughly enjoyed your show at Normandy Park's (MarVista) last August. I particularly like your rendition of What'd I Say, Ray Charles style! And then terribly disappointed that you & your group are not on the venue there this summer. Especially after my wife & I told the North Park committee how much we enjoyed your show last year. We thought it was the best in 2 to 3 summers.
Today we are going to Angle Lake to see your show . Hope we can get in because I suspect there'll be a crowd. Now that we have your web site we'll be following you around!
- Chuck & Vicky
I heard the song Grampa's Car on the Click and Clack show on NPR and wanted to get a copy of it. Can you tell me what CD it's on?
Hi John. Great minds think alike! See the comments below and stay tuned!
- Amy & Eric
I cannot decide whether I am a bigger "Car Talk" fan or "Two Scoops" fan. I was introduced to Two Scoops' music by the "Blues After Hours" show on WGBH radio in Boston. On the weekend of March 8, 2003 I heard Two Scoops' "Click N Clack" song on "Car Talk." I went to your website and found out Two Scoops had a new record "Music Cafe" out. I immediately ordered it from the nice people at Northwest Blues. With my order, I said in the comments section that I would like to get a copy of this "Click N Clack" song. They emailed me back and did not seem to know about this song.
I have all of Two Scoops' records. I sure would like a copy of this song to complete my collection.
Thanks Joe. We're working on it. Keep your eye on the Stuff section of this site.
- Amy & Eric
Love your music and my grandchildren love it too!
Hi Amy and Eric,
Just wanted to let you know that your album(Music Café) is your best yet, and that's saying a lot (because the others are damn good too!).
I just wanted to let you know that heard some of the CD on the radio and it was great. I went to Easy Street Records in West Seattle to see if they had it. You should know that they told me several people had already been there asking for it as well! Tower Records told me the same thing. Can this CD only be purchased online?
Thanks for the info,
Thanks for asking Lisa. You can also order by regular mail. Just let us know what you want! The information is in the Stuff section.
- Amy & Eric
I love the album, am playing it in the car all the time. Like the design of the outer cover also. Very cute picture of you two inside. Thanks so much for the CD.
Hi Two Scoops & Amy,
I was just writing a quick line to say how great you and your music are! I am Sarah (we have met before, I am Gael's niece) and I was sitting around in my room listening to one of your cd's (I am an RA at University of Wisconsin Madison). As I was listening to your cd I kept having residents come in (I have 60 of them) and they couldn't get enough of your music. I just thought, considering it seems like they are always blasting the same pop all day every day, that you should hear how much everyone out here loves your music (especially impressive considering many of them have never really listened to anything but pop). We all enjoyed a little time to destress from finals by chillin to your tunes. Thanks for the great music and the fun times it brings.
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